News - 12 Mar 2008
IMEC reports a variability-aware modeling (VAM) flow that analyzes process variability of sub-45nm technologies which enables designers to optimize their system design for timing, energy and yield...
News - 11 Oct 2007
A collaboration of University of Pennsylvania chemists and engineers has performed multi-scale modeling of ferroelectric domain walls and provided a new theory of behavior for domain-wall motion, the...
News - 6 Mar 2007
Researchers from MIT, Georgia Institute of Technology and Ohio State University have developed a new computer modeling approach to study how materials behave under stress at the atomic level, offering...
Article - 9 Mar 2004
The major driving factor in chip and system-on-chip manufacturing is lithography and associated processes.
News - 19 May 2009
Carbon Sciences, Inc. (CABN), the developer of a breakthrough technology to recycle carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions into gasoline and other fuels, today announced significant technology development...
Article - 10 Feb 2004
Just as many researchers are working to manipulate real atoms and build materials from atomic levels, others are doing the same thing with computers to simulate these materials and investigate their...
News - 23 Aug 2011
Eytan Ruppin, who serves at Blavatnik School of Computer Science and Sackler Faculty of Medicine in Tel Aviv University and his co-researchers have developed the cancer cell metabolism’s first...
Article - 25 Jul 2005
Nanotechnology devices and methods are set to play an important role in the growth of ‘precision farming’. Agricultural applications for networks of wireless nanosensors, ‘smart dust’ and the USA’s...
Article - 9 Jan 2004
Engineers have taken an unprecedented look at the interface between layers of silicon and other materials in electronic devices. What they have learned may help traditional microelectronics remain...
News - 17 Jun 2009
A simulation of electrical current moving through a futuristic electronic transistor has been modeled atom-by-atom in less than 15 minutes by Purdue University researchers.