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New functionality and low power: opportunities for post-CMOS devices

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The talk will address the challenges and opportunities offered by some post-CMOS devices in terms of new functionality and low power. It will focus on the illustration of: (i) the quest for the new electronic abrupt switches (tunnel-FET and IMOS /PIMOS) and (ii) the quest for new functionality offered by some non-pure electronic functions (as nano-mechanical integrated functions offered by Movable Gate/Body FET ). It will be shown that beneficial interactions between the Beyond CMOS and More-than-Moore domains should be considered in the post-CMOS era. The need for accompanying the technology and device effort by adapted design and new system architectures will be shortly discussed and illustrated

This talk is part of the Nanoscience Centre Seminar Series series.

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