Monday, 16 September 2019

TS.I.C

Nanotechnology for future electronics
 
Future miniaturized devices, beyond the Moore’s law era of silicon, are expected to rely on new, ingenious methods to implement spatially controlled and highly functional nanoscale components. Low-dimensional semiconductor nanostructues and organic molecules, which offer unique possibilities such as extremely low power dissipation, quantum effects, surface sensitivity and low
synthesis cost, could be the building blocks for next-generation electronics.
Nanotechnology is a key enabling technology for future electronics, allowing the continued advancement of integrated circuit technology in several mainstream applications such as computing and data storage. In this symposium some of the issues related to device downscaling, emerging two-dimensional materials for nanoelectronics, single electron devices and phase change memories will be discussed.
Sep 21

09:15
10:45

 

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, SCIENTIFIC PATRONAGE

 


  NANOINNOVATION'S GOT TALENT

 
call for young researchers
by BRACCO FOUNDATION

 

 

, INSTITUTIONAL PATRONAGE





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