Single Electron Transistors; the Single Answer?

Single Electron Transistors; the Single Answer?
by Students@olemiss.edu on 04-17-2016 at 7:00 am

Image RemovedAccording to a press release made last year by Gartner, “the world’s leading information technology research and advisory company,” there is projected to be nearly 21 billion internet connected devices by the year 2020 [1]. With the Internet of Things’ ever growing list of network connected… Read More


“Thinking Outside the Chip”

“Thinking Outside the Chip”
by Students@olemiss.edu on 04-13-2016 at 7:00 am

Image RemovedWhile pushing Moore’s Law’s boundaries in the world of 2D packaging, companies are starting to explore nontraditional approaches towards designing integrated circuit chips. 2D packaging is currently the most used method in designing chips in the industry, and while it leads in efficiency of power and performance,… Read More


The Importance of Transistor-Level Verification

The Importance of Transistor-Level Verification
by Students@olemiss.edu on 04-10-2016 at 7:00 am

Image RemovedAccording to the IEEE Std 1012-2012, verification is the acknowledgement that a product is in satisfactory condition by meeting a set of rigorous criteria. [3] Transistor-level verification involves the use of custom libraries and design models to achieve ultimate performance, low power, or layout density. … Read More


Innovation in Transistor Design with Carbon Nanotubes

Innovation in Transistor Design with Carbon Nanotubes
by Students@olemiss.edu on 04-05-2016 at 4:00 pm

Image RemovedThe New York Times article “IBM Scientists Find New Way to Shrink Transistors” by John Markoff focuses on the goal of the semiconductor industry to create smaller transistors in order to remain competitive while emphasizing cutting-edge design strategies with the use of carbon nanotubes. By switching from traditional… Read More


CMOS Radio Frequency Image Sensor Process

CMOS Radio Frequency Image Sensor Process
by Students@olemiss.edu on 04-03-2016 at 4:00 pm

Image RemovedImage censoring with radio frequency (RF) in CMOS is a combination of light sensing chips and wireless communication. Typically, we were first engaged in the article, “RF Design Issues and Challenges in a CMOS Image Sensor Process”, because of the circuit design process required to make a functioning Radio Frequency… Read More