Researchers Advance Graphene’s Potential as Silicon Alternative

March 30, 2017

In the face of a slowing Moore's law for silicon-based CMOS technology, researchers are on the hunt for a successor to silicon. One of the more promising candid Read more…

By Tiffany Trader

Graphene Promises Ultimate On-Chip Interconnect Scaling

June 29, 2015

Graphene has been heralded as a potential Moore's law extender. The single-atom layer of carbon is prized for its strength, flexibility, lightness and condu Read more…

By Tiffany Trader

One Atom Thin Silicon Transistors Are Here

February 7, 2015

Move over graphene, there's a new 2D wonder material being hailed as a potential Moore's law extender, called silicine. This one‐atom‐thick two‐dimensiona Read more…

By Tiffany Trader

HPC Speeds Desalinzation Efforts

May 6, 2014

With the long dry spells leading into seasons of drought, one's thoughts turn to the long-held promise that is desalinization. Abutting California, which is fac Read more…

By Tiffany Trader

Graphene Faces Real-World Limitations

May 5, 2014

Graphene is a one-atom-thick layer of carbon that has been hailed as a potential silicon replacement capable of extending the exponential computing advances tha Read more…

By Tiffany Trader

New Hope for Graphene-based Logic Circuits

September 6, 2013

As an excellent conductor of heat and electricity, graphene is a promising electronics substrate, but it can't be switched on and off like silicon can. With no solution in sight, a team of UC Riverside researchers has taken a completely new approach. Read more…

By Tiffany Trader

Moore’s Law Meets Exascale Computing

June 29, 2011

Moore's Law is projected to come to an end sometime around the middle of the next decade -- a timeframe that coincides with the epoch of exascale computing. A white paper by Marc Snir, Bill Gropp and Peter Kogge discusses what we should be doing now to prepare high performance computing for the post-Moore's Law era. Read more…

By Michael Feldman

Researchers Scale Silicon Wall

May 27, 2011

As the limitations of silicon at the nanoscale become apparent, new materials are emerging to address the performance gap. Read more…

By Nicole Hemsoth

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