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The state-of-the-art infrared (IR) detection uses quantum photodetectors and bolometers. Quantum IR photodetectors are expensive and require cooling, and exotic and toxic materials. Whereas, bolometers are cost-efficient and uncooled, but they are much slower and less sensitive. Recently we have demonstrated that ultra-thin, highly-doped silicon membranes can be used to build fast and highly-sensitive thermoelectric bolometers. We present the fabrication of these devices, electro-thermaldoi:10.3390/proceedings2130894 fatcat:l3qd7xdgtbdhlamk2tud2paa64