زمان برگزاری:چهارشنبه 11-تیر-1393

... are now raising, since the CMOS start reaching the physical limit. Many emerging technologies are suggested to replace CMOS. Great attention is paid to develop the nanotechnology fabrication techniques but few attempts were done to develop special design techniques for the emerging nanotechnologies. ...

... are now raising, since the CMOS start reaching the physical limit. Many emerging technologies are suggested to replace CMOS. Great attention is paid to develop the nanotechnology fabrication techniques but few attempts were done to develop special design techniques for the emerging nanotechnologies. ...

Yousof Mardoukhi, Esa Räsänen Introduction Control Scheme

... System The Hamiltonian of the system is defined as follow, p2 ...

... System The Hamiltonian of the system is defined as follow, p2 ...

Designing Cellular Automata Structures using Quantum-dot Cellular Automata

... The schematic of a single CA cell for Rule 60 is shown in Fig. 6. Input1 and Input2 are used for initializing the CA cell to a particular value. S1 and S2 are the select inputs to the 2-to-1 MUX. S1 (or S2) selects whether the inputs to the 2-input XOR gate is the initialization value, Input1 (Input ...

... The schematic of a single CA cell for Rule 60 is shown in Fig. 6. Input1 and Input2 are used for initializing the CA cell to a particular value. S1 and S2 are the select inputs to the 2-to-1 MUX. S1 (or S2) selects whether the inputs to the 2-input XOR gate is the initialization value, Input1 (Input ...

Problem 3. Target Multiplier

... cell and multiply its value with the sum of all neighboring cells. The neighboring cells must change their values too. Each one should be the product of its initial value and the initial value of the targeted cell. Then print on the console updated matrix. ...

... cell and multiply its value with the sum of all neighboring cells. The neighboring cells must change their values too. Each one should be the product of its initial value and the initial value of the targeted cell. Then print on the console updated matrix. ...

PL-sp06-m14-Mesoscale

... • Comprised of an island of (typically) metal surrounded by insulator. • Narrow tunnel junctions to transistor source/drain - 5-10 nm typical • Gate controls # of electrons that may occupy island – within precision of 1, out of millions ...

... • Comprised of an island of (typically) metal surrounded by insulator. • Narrow tunnel junctions to transistor source/drain - 5-10 nm typical • Gate controls # of electrons that may occupy island – within precision of 1, out of millions ...

SAMPLE ABSTRACT

... junction from the zero to the finite voltage state at millikelvin temperatures. The width of the switching distribution at a nominal temperature of about 20mK was 4.5 nA, which corresponds to an effective noise temperature of the device below 60 mK. We argue that such junctions can be used as ultras ...

... junction from the zero to the finite voltage state at millikelvin temperatures. The width of the switching distribution at a nominal temperature of about 20mK was 4.5 nA, which corresponds to an effective noise temperature of the device below 60 mK. We argue that such junctions can be used as ultras ...

Course Topics for EEE 631

... Prerequisite: EEE531, EEE637 and basics of quantum mechanics, solid states and semiconductor physics Course Description: Principles of heterojunctions and quantum well structures, band lineups, optical, and electrical properties. Introduces heterojunction devices. Knowledge of transport and recombin ...

... Prerequisite: EEE531, EEE637 and basics of quantum mechanics, solid states and semiconductor physics Course Description: Principles of heterojunctions and quantum well structures, band lineups, optical, and electrical properties. Introduces heterojunction devices. Knowledge of transport and recombin ...

Many problems that take long time to solve on a deterministic Turing

... can be often be solved very quickly on a probabilistic Turing machine However there is a tradeoff between the time it takes to return an answer to a computation and the probability that the returned answer is correct ...

... can be often be solved very quickly on a probabilistic Turing machine However there is a tradeoff between the time it takes to return an answer to a computation and the probability that the returned answer is correct ...

PPT | 299.77 KB - Joint Quantum Institute

... some of it makes its way into the cavity, where it interacts with the quantum dot. It is this interaction which transforms the waveguide’s transmission properties. Previous optical switches have been able to work only by using bulky nonlinear-crystals and high input power. The switch, by contrast, a ...

... some of it makes its way into the cavity, where it interacts with the quantum dot. It is this interaction which transforms the waveguide’s transmission properties. Previous optical switches have been able to work only by using bulky nonlinear-crystals and high input power. The switch, by contrast, a ...