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Update - IEDM: Papers down, challenges up

12/11/2010 00:41 AM EST
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bmws88
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bmws88   12/14/2010 4:28:40 PM
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"amount of papers" is wrong English......

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krisi   12/13/2010 11:11:09 PM
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Smaller number of papers is probably understandable and will be a continous trend as numbers of companies involved in deep submicro device developments becomes smaller...Kris

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resistion   12/11/2010 6:22:11 PM
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I thought Intel had said 3D transistors were probably a must by 11 nm...meaning they could stretch conventional planar to 15 nm.

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phoenixdave   12/11/2010 6:02:18 PM
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Universities are becoming much more focused on research (and patent) revenue to replace declining public financing support. I am happy to see their increasing participation in industry technology events.

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nicolas.mokhoff   12/11/2010 5:28:15 PM
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Let me remind you this the 56th INTERNATIONAL annual technical meeting on electron DEVICE research developments where the devices reported on are not only structures for logic and memory--but include the enabling devices that surround them, making More than Moore system integrated design possible. Who knows what successful medical device system will be possible by a novel biosensor or what clear winner will emerge from a new display device presented at this year's IEDM? Academic research lab results at IEDM are crucial in making successful commercial systems years later.

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resistion   12/11/2010 5:06:59 PM
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I think this year was more university-dominated. Companies starting to take less risk. Very bad sign for US position in tech.

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Sam Beal   12/11/2010 9:30:35 AM
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The pavement on the Road(map) for silicon transistor-based Moore's law has turned into ruts. The shift to alternative approaches in architecture e.g. Memristors and Integration e.g. TSV, is one or two nodes away.

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chunwing   12/11/2010 1:15:47 AM
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The title should be IEDM instead of IEMD

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