Molecular Electronics Materials, Devices and Applications [electronic resource] / by Antoine Jalabert, Amara Amara, Fabien Clermidy.

By: Jalabert, Antoine [author.]Contributor(s): Amara, Amara [author.] | Clermidy, Fabien [author.] | SpringerLink (Online service)Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 2008Description: XVIII, 196 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781402085949Subject(s): Engineering | Memory management (Computer science) | Electronics | Nanotechnology | Engineering | Electronics and Microelectronics, Instrumentation | Nanotechnology | Memory StructuresAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 621.381 LOC classification: TK7800-8360TK7874-7874.9Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
State of the Art -- Molecular electronics materials -- Molecular Electronic Architectures -- Non-Volatile Memory Cells -- Case Study -- Modeling of the Molecular Nwfet Transistor -- Presentation of the Molecular Memory Cell -- Technological Dispersions Tolerant Architectures.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: How to develop innovative architectures based on emerging molecular devices? The simple yet ambitious objective of Molecular Electronics Materials, Devices and Applications is to give the reader the necessary information to understand the challenges and opportunities of this recent field of research. In order to provide a good overview and understanding, the main molecular devices are first presented. A complete set of presentation and discussion of the actual molecular architectures follows. Nevertheless, another goal of Molecular Electronics Materials, Devices and Applications is also to promote a practical approach. As a starting point for future developments, a pragmatic methodology for VHDL-AMS device modelling and circuit design based on experimental data is then proposed. It includes an original fault tolerant memory architecture based on molecular electronics. Academics, researchers, students, and “random” people looking for an exhaustive state of the art in nanotechnologies will find in Molecular Electronics Materials, Devices and Applications, accessible to most readers interested in sciences, the more complete reference on molecular electronics covering technologies, devices and architectures.
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State of the Art -- Molecular electronics materials -- Molecular Electronic Architectures -- Non-Volatile Memory Cells -- Case Study -- Modeling of the Molecular Nwfet Transistor -- Presentation of the Molecular Memory Cell -- Technological Dispersions Tolerant Architectures.

How to develop innovative architectures based on emerging molecular devices? The simple yet ambitious objective of Molecular Electronics Materials, Devices and Applications is to give the reader the necessary information to understand the challenges and opportunities of this recent field of research. In order to provide a good overview and understanding, the main molecular devices are first presented. A complete set of presentation and discussion of the actual molecular architectures follows. Nevertheless, another goal of Molecular Electronics Materials, Devices and Applications is also to promote a practical approach. As a starting point for future developments, a pragmatic methodology for VHDL-AMS device modelling and circuit design based on experimental data is then proposed. It includes an original fault tolerant memory architecture based on molecular electronics. Academics, researchers, students, and “random” people looking for an exhaustive state of the art in nanotechnologies will find in Molecular Electronics Materials, Devices and Applications, accessible to most readers interested in sciences, the more complete reference on molecular electronics covering technologies, devices and architectures.

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