In this paper, 2D MOSFET operation of a fully-depleted double-gate bulk MoS2 is studied at a quasi-flatband of the back-gate for the first time. Several key device parameters such as equivalent oxide thickness (EOT), carrier concentration, flatband voltage, dielectric constant and carrier mobility were extracted from I-V and C-V characteristics and at room temperature. In a similar operation to the inversion-mode SOI MOSFETs in , the backgate was used to keep a sheet of mobile charges on the flake back-side by its quasi-flatband operation at a fixed voltage (0 V). Afterward, the top-gate was used as the active gate to perform mobile charge accumulation or depletion in the channel. Fig. 1 shows the device architecture together with the high frequency R-C equivalent circuit model for this underlap gate architecture. Fig. 2 represents the top-view microscope picture of the fabricated MoS2 bulk MOSFET with a flake thickness of 38 nm, measured by AFM. The fabrication steps include mechanical exfoliation of MoS2 crystals on a 260 nm thick oxidized Si substrate, e-beam lithography to make S/D pads, 50 nm Ni by thermal evaporation and lift-off, gate patterning, high-k/metal-gate stack deposition (1 nm of SiOx by thermal evaporation, 11 nm of ZrO2 by ALD deposition at 105 °C, 30 nm of Ni by thermal evaporation) and lift-off. The measurements were done at room temperature using an Agilent B1500A Semiconductor Parameter Analyzer. Fig. 3 shows its Id-Vg, reporting a subthreshold slope of 110 mV/dec. and Ion/Ioff of ∼1×105, both at Vds=100 mV.