An intelligent approach to nanotechnology

@article{Demming2013AnIA,
  title={An intelligent approach to nanotechnology},
  author={Anna Demming},
  journal={Nanotechnology},
  year={2013},
  volume={24},
  pages={450201}
}
  • A. Demming
  • Published 14 October 2013
  • Chemistry
  • Nanotechnology
Control counts for little without a guiding principle. Whether manipulating atoms with a scanning probe or controlling carrier concentration in thin film deposition, intelligent intervention is required to steer the process from aimless precision towards a finely optimized design. In this issue G M Sacha and P Varona describe how artificial intelligence approaches can help towards modelling and simulating nanosystems, increasing our grasp of the nuances of these systems and how to optimize them… 
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