Research directions and challenges in nanoelectronics

  title={Research directions and challenges in nanoelectronics},
  author={Ralph K. Cavin and Victor V. Zhirnov and Daniel J. C. Herr and Alba G. {\'A}vila and J P Hutchby},
The search for alternate information processing technologies to sustain Moore’s Law improvements beyond those attainable by scaling of charge-based devices encompasses several key technologies. Some of these technologies were explored at the Third Workshop on Silicon Nanoelectronics and Beyond (SNB III) held at the National Science Foundation in Washington DC in December 2005. They included: (1) noncharge-based devices; (2) devices operated out of thermal equilibrium; (3) alternative… CONTINUE READING
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