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Germanium Can Take Transistors Where Silicon Can’t

Germanium Can Take Transistors Where Silicon Can’t | MOSFET transistors | Scoop.it
The material inside the first transistors could have a new life at the cutting edge
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New nanowire transistors may help keep Moore's Law alive

New nanowire transistors may help keep Moore's Law alive | MOSFET transistors | Scoop.it
(Phys.org) —Two French researchers, Guilhem Larrieu and Xiang‑Lei Han, may have succeeded in possibly setting back the date to which Moore's Law would no longer apply by creating a new kind of nanowire Field-Effect Transistor (FET).
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Chip in Curitiba 2013

Chip in Curitiba 2013 | MOSFET transistors | Scoop.it
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Program Committee for The 28th Symposium on Microelectronics Technology and Devices in 2013.


The SBMicro symposium is an international forum dedicated to fabrication and modeling of microsystems, integrated circuits and devices, held annually in Brazil. The goal of the symposium is to bring together researchers in the areas of processing, materials, characterization, modeling and TCAD of integrated circuits, microsensors, microactuators and MEMS.

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¿Cómo funciona un transistor? - El MOSFET (Versión en castellano)

El MOSFET. Vídeo realizado dentro del proyecto de innovación docente 10-170 de la Unidad de Innovación Docente de la Universidad de Granada (España) Creative...

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IBM Transistors Made Of Nanotubes Could Replace Silicon, In Ever-Tinier Computer Chips

IBM Transistors Made Of Nanotubes Could Replace Silicon, In Ever-Tinier Computer Chips | MOSFET transistors | Scoop.it
As silicon microchips get smaller and manufacturers pack more and more transistors onto each individual chip, Moore’s Law--the optimistic observation
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Intel: Moore's Law has been cubed; Welcome to 3-D transistors | ZDNet

Intel: Moore's Law has been cubed; Welcome to 3-D transistors | ZDNet | MOSFET transistors | Scoop.it
Summary: Silicon wafers historically have been two dimensional. Intel on Wednesday changed all of that with 3-D transistors, dubbed Tri-Gate.
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IBM Creates World's Fastest Transistor Using Graphene

IBM Creates World's Fastest Transistor Using Graphene | MOSFET transistors | Scoop.it
IBM on Tuesday, 12th April, announced that they have made the world's fastest graphene transistor and also hinted at the fact that they might go into commercial production very soon.
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Huge Triumph at Nano Scales: Ultra-Small, Super Fast Single Electron Transistors Created

Huge Triumph at Nano Scales: Ultra-Small, Super Fast Single Electron Transistors Created | MOSFET transistors | Scoop.it
A team of researchers at the University of Pittsburgh, collaborated with another team from the University of Wisconsin at Madison, to create a transistor, which is just an atomic diameter in size and can be switched on and off by just one or two...
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Discussion on Electrical Engineering and relation on Nanotechnology.

2.2.1 CMOS Nanotechnology. For the past several decades, miniaturization in silicon integrated circuits has pro- gressed steadily with an exponential scale described by Moore's Law.
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Make Way for Flexible Silicon Chips - IEEE Spectrum

Make Way for Flexible Silicon Chips - IEEE Spectrum | MOSFET transistors | Scoop.it
We need them because thin, pliable organic semiconductors are too slow to serve in tomorrow’s 3‑D chips
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In this publication the director of the Institut für Mikroelektronik Stuttgart, Pof. Dr.-Ing. Joachim Burghartz, outlines the potential arising from the IMS ChipfilmTM technology in the production of ultra-thin silicon chips.

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EDISON18 : The 18th International Conference on Electron Dynamics in Semiconductors, Optoelectronics and Nanostructures

EDISON18 : The 18th International Conference on Electron Dynamics in Semiconductors, Optoelectronics and Nanostructures | MOSFET transistors | Scoop.it

Works entitled "Influence of the Dispersion Relationship on Electronic    Transport in Suspended Graphene" and "Impact of the Gate Length on the Transport Properties of Graded-Channel SOI n-MOSFETs", by María Jesús Martín Martínez and Raul Rengel Estévez have been accepted at the 18th International Conference on Electron Dynamics in Semiconductors, Optoelectronics and Nanostructures, to be held in Matsue, Japan, July 22-26, 2013.

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http://www.edison18.iis.u-tokyo.ac.jp/

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22th Int. Conf. on Noise and Fluctuations

22th Int. Conf. on Noise and Fluctuations | MOSFET transistors | Scoop.it
Montpellier, France - June 24-28, 2013
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Presenting  “Velocity and momentum fluctuations in Suspended Monolayer Graphene”, Maria J. Martin, Carlos Couso, Raúl Rengel.

 

International Conference on Noise and Fluctuations  (ICNF 2013)”, Montpellier (France), June 2013. 

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Muy interesante, gracias por acercarlo, que lujo de diversidad de contenidos curados por una persona tan profesional como tu.
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Graphene or Molybdenite? Which Replaces Silicon in the Transistor of the Future? - IEEE Spectrum

Graphene or Molybdenite? Which Replaces Silicon in the Transistor of the Future? - IEEE Spectrum | MOSFET transistors | Scoop.it
The abundant mineral molybdenite has a big advantage over graphene: a band gap
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Metal-oxide-semiconductor field-effect transistor with a vacuum channel : Nature Nanotechnology : Nature Publishing Group

Metal-oxide-semiconductor field-effect transistor with a vacuum channel : Nature Nanotechnology : Nature Publishing Group | MOSFET transistors | Scoop.it
Replacing the semiconductor channel in a conventional field-effect transistor with a vacuum channel could lead to a new generation of low-power, high-speed devices.
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Intel transistors enter the third dimension

Intel transistors enter the third dimension | MOSFET transistors | Scoop.it
Summary: Silicon wafers historically have been two dimensional. Intel on Wednesday changed all of that with 3-D transistors, dubbed Tri-Gate.
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Revolution in Communication: Berkeley Scientists Create World's Smallest, Fastest Optical Modulator Using Graphene

Revolution in Communication: Berkeley Scientists Create World's Smallest, Fastest Optical Modulator Using Graphene | MOSFET transistors | Scoop.it
A research team, headed by Xiang Zhang, a UC Berkeley engineering professor, has built an ultra-small optical device that can control the switching on and off of light pulses using Graphene.
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One Atom Transistors | Single Atom Working Transistor

One Atom Transistors | Single Atom Working Transistor | MOSFET transistors | Scoop.it

Moore's Law. Even Moore's law is happily in trouble! Moore's law states that every eighteen months, the density of transistors on a chip doubles! Moore's law has been scaled down to the scale of one atom!

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