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Sinnott, R.O.; Asenov, A.; Brown, A.; Millar, C.; Roy, G.; Roy, S.; Stewart, G. (2007)
Publisher: National e-Science Centre
Languages: English
Types: Part of book or chapter of book
Subjects: TK, QA75
The fundamental challenges facing future electronics design is to address the decreasing – atomistic - scale of transistor devices and to understand and predict the impact and statistical variability these have on design of circuits and systems. The EPSRC pilot project “Meeting the Design Challenges of nanoCMOS Electronics” (nanoCMOS) which began in October 2006 has been funded to explore this space. This paper outlines the key requirements that need to be addressed for Grid technology to support the various research strands in this domain, and shows early prototypes demonstrating how these requirements are being addressed.

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