Three dimensional ALD of TiO2 for in-vivo biomedical sensor applications

Titanium dioxide, known as a high-k biocompatible dielectric transducer material, is processed by means of ALD and applied to a 3D structure with dimensions typical for multi-site multi-channel in-vivo neural interfaces.

High uniformity, high areal capacitance, and in particular low leakage current densities are achieved within a sufficiently wide operation voltage window.The results demonstrate the suitability of this process to provide dielectric interfaces for 3D biomedical applications.

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