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October 7th, 2005
Rudy Lauwereins, vice president for design technology at the Belgian IMEC research institute, came to the Fabless Semiconductor Association (FSA) Expo here Thursday with a "dream" about ubiquitous computing devices that blend into their environment — and some ideas for making them real.
Lauwereins' keynote address, entitled "bridging the gap between giga-scale systems and nano-scale devices," provided a look at some of the thinking and research at IMEC, which he described as Europe's largest independent research center aimed at nano-electronics, nanotechnology, and systems design.
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