Nanoelectronics-Beyond CMOS Computing
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The six articles in this special section provide a broad perspective on future computing paradigms based on nanoelectronic technology. Nanoelectronics, as the word implies, is literally electronics at the nanoscale, i.e., with characteristic feature sizes less than 50 nm. By most measures, the semiconductor microelectronics industry today is the largest and most successful example of nanoelectronics and nanotechnology in general, where current transistor technology is below 3-nm gate lengths for the most advanced technologies, and the volume of semiconductor industry revenue exceeds US$450 billion. Semiconductor sales, in turn, power portable electronics, personal computers, mainframes, and multiple other industries.
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Chrzanowska-Jeske, M., Goodnick, S. M., & Wybourne, M. N. (2021). Nanoelectronics—Beyond CMOS Computing [Guest Editorial]. IEEE Nanotechnology Magazine, 15(6), 6–7. https://doi.org/10.1109/mnano.2021.3113191