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August 15th, 2005

Silicon and Non-Silicon Nanotechnology

Abstract:
By combining silicon innovations with other non-Si nanotechnologies on the same silicon platform, it is expected that Moore's Law will extend well into the next decade. Recently much progress has been made in the research of non-Si nanotechnology for future nanoelectronics applications. In particular, several emerging nanoelectronic devices such as carbon-nanotube field effect transistor (FET), semiconductor-nanowire FET, and III-V compound semiconductor quantum-well FET, all hold promise as device candidates to be integrated onto the silicon platform for enhancing circuit functionality and for extending Moore's Law.

Date: 8/19/2005

Dr.Robert Chau, Intel Fellow and Director of Transistor Research, will describe the directions of future transistor research at Intel.

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