Design of a Nanoscale, CMOS-Integrable, Thermal-Guiding Structure for Boolean-Logic and Neuromorphic Computation.

@article{Loke2016DesignOA,
  title={Design of a Nanoscale, CMOS-Integrable, Thermal-Guiding Structure for Boolean-Logic and Neuromorphic Computation.},
  author={Desmond Loke and Jonathan M Skelton and T. Chong and Stephen R Elliott},
  journal={ACS applied materials & interfaces},
  year={2016},
  volume={8 50},
  pages={
          34530-34536
        }
}
One of the requirements for achieving faster CMOS electronics is to mitigate the unacceptably large chip areas required to steer heat away from or, more recently, toward the critical nodes of state-of-the-art devices. Thermal-guiding (TG) structures can efficiently direct heat by "meta-materials" engineering; however, some key aspects of the behavior of these systems are not fully understood. Here, we demonstrate control of the thermal-diffusion properties of TG structures by using nanometer… CONTINUE READING
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