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Monday 4th June 2018
While CMOS device scaling is being pushed to its ultimate limits, researchers at imec are also exploring alternative solutions that break away from the fundamentals of classical scaling. They are looking into disruptive technologies that could reduce cost, limit power consumption, optimize performance per circuit area or allow for very high operation throughput. With these technologies, they do not aim to replace CMOS circuits, but rather complement them in a hybrid, multi-device architecture. In these architectures, the new technologies will be used to do what they are good at, e.g. high-performance computing, or ultralow-power operation.
Monday 4th June 2018
Smart city and Internet of Things (IoT) technologies are being explored and developed to improve standards of living. Institute of Sustainable Energy (iSE) by InnoEnergy course director, Dr. Pep Salas Prat, argues that every smart city plan should begin with citizen needs and not technology.
Monday 4th June 2018
The new chemical sensing chip developed by researchers. In the future, the chip could be integrated into portable drug detection devices. Credit: Douglas Levere / University at Buffalo
Monday 4th June 2018
Technique would allow addition of optical communication components to existing chips with little modification of their designs.Image: Amir Atabaki
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Monday 4th June 2018
MIT researchers, working with scientists from Brigham and Women’s Hospital, have developed a new way to power and communicate with devices implanted deep within the human body. Image: courtesy of the researchers
Tuesday 29th May 2018
Silicon breakthrough could make microwave technology much cheaper and better, say researchers at the University of Waterloo
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Friday 25th May 2018
Plastic deformation of crystalline materials is caused by nucleation and multiplication of dislocations under an external force (A and B). It has been generally believed that brittle inorganic semiconducting materials have difficulty in formation of dislocations because of their strong chemical bonds. However, researchers found that a great number of dislocations are generated and multiplied in ZnS crystals during deformation in darkness (C), resulting in the extraordinary plasticity that researchers observed. Image courtesy of Atsutomo Nakamura.
Thursday 24th May 2018
Densitron's HC5437 series display, with 128 x 64 dots resolution, has a very wide viewing angle providing superior readability and close to a full viewing angle. Photo courtesy of Densitron.
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Thursday 17th May 2018
Thursday 17th May 2018
Company earns high scores in VLSIresearch's annual customer satisfaction survey of semiconductor manufacturers

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