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December 1st, 2004
'Nano-scale hell of physics' is upon us
The days of happy scaling are in danger, and the nano-scale hell of physics is upon us, the MEDEA+ 2004 Forum was told by Professor Hugo De Man, co-founder of IMEC.
‘Is the era of happy scaling over?’ The conclusion he came to was an unequivocal ‘Yes’ - unless radical things dramatically change.
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