Confronting the challenges and developing the insights that will sustain Moore's Law.
Reaching beyond CMOS. Tackling complex problems with multidisciplinary teams.
Demonstrating new technologies that can outperform CMOS in ten years and beyond.
Seeking advances in the generation, storage, and distribution of electrical energy.
In 2013, this stellar research program moved to a new phase as STARnet.
Focusing on tools, techniques, and strategies for T3S design and manufacture.
On October 16, the EDA Consortium sponsored a dinner and auction marking the 50th anniversary of electronic design automation and benefiting the preservation of EDA history at the Computer History Museum, Mountain View, CA. William Joyner, SRC senior director of computer-aided design and test, gave a retrospective on the early days of EDA and the Design Automation Conference. » Read More
Development of Voltage-Tunable Radio Frequency Inductors Boosts Semiconductor and Defense Industry Applications » Read More
The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia has named Edmund M. Clarke, the FORE Systems University Professor of Computer Science and professor of electrical and computer engineering, as the recipient of the 2014 Bower Award and Prize for Achievement in Science. » Read More
Research at Six Universities Including MIT, the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Yale, Georgia Tech, Brigham Young and Washington » Read More
A recent report outlines research needs related to the design and manufacture of trustworthy and secure semiconductors and systems (T3S). » Read More
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