Novel way to make circuits at atomic scale

But a Cornell University researcher has caused an information industry buzz with the discovery that it is possible to precisely control the electronic properties of a complex oxide material &#8212 a possible replacement for silicon insulators &#8212 at the atomic level. And this can be done without chemicals. Instead, the dopant is precisely nothing.

(August 30, 2004) Mountain View, Calif.&#8212The Microelectronics Packaging and Test Engineering Council (MEPTEC) is gearing up to host two luncheons in September to unveil Dataquest’s annual forecast. Jim Walker, VP of Semiconductor Manufacturing and Emerging Technologies at Gartner-Dataquest (and also a member of Advanced Packaging’s advisory board), will present ‘Up, Down, and All Around: Pedaling Your Way Through the Next Cycle.’


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