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PROF PAUL D. FRANZON (North Carolina State University)

Molecular Electronic Circuits - PROF PAUL D. FRANZON Colloquium

The Australia Telescope National Facility Colloquium
15:30-16:30 Wed 05 Nov 2003

ATNF Marsfield Lecture Theatre


This talk focuses on pathways to solving the challenges involved in adapting
molecular switches so that they can be used in practical circuits. Addressing
these issues result in detailed understanding of the interactions between
molecular switch properties and application requirements, deep consideration of
interconnect structures, and modeling of potential candidate structures. This
talk is part tutorial and part research talk. The tutorial portion will discuss
fundamental circuit issues, including CMOS scaling concerns, and competing
approaches to nanoelectronics. The research talk will start with a treatment of
the appropriateness of Spice as a circuit modeler before presenting our results
in memory and logic applications.

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