ACRC – Special Workshop on Robust Nanosystems: From Today to the N3XT 1,000X

ACRC – Special Workshop on Robust Nanosystems: From Today to the N3XT 1,000X
September, 07, 2016
09:30
Room 1003 Electrical Eng. Building Technion City

Today’s mainstream electronic systems typically assume that transistors and interconnects operate correctly over their useful lifetime. With enormous complexity and signifcantly increased vulnerability to failures compared to the past, future system designs cannot rely on such assumptions. At the same time, there is explosive growth in our dependency on such systems.
Robust system design is essential to ensure that future systems perform correctly despite rising complexity and increasing disturbances. For coming generations of silicon technologies, several causes of hardware failures, largely benign in the past, are becoming significant at the system-level. Furthermore, emerging nanotechnologies such as carbon nanotubes are inherently highly subject to imperfections. Such Nano-Engineered Computing Systems Technologies (N3XT) are key to building transformative nanosystems since future computing demands far exceed the capabilities of today’s electronics.

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