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Perspectives in Nano Information Processing

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The conference is jointly organized by the FP7 FET EC projects MULTI (multivalued and parallel computing at the molecular scale) and TOLOP (low power information processing in solid state devices). Several topics related to CMOS technology as well as the implementation of complex logic operations in molecular media will be covered : – emerging steep switch devices & CMOS technologies – issues related to the energy-dissipation of CMOS devices and circuits – optical addressing of molecular machines through state-of-the-art nonlinear ultrafast optical techniques – electrical and optical addressing of atomic and molecular states in the solid-state – complex DNA -based biomolecular architectures for complex logic operations

In addition to the speakers and the partners of the two projects, attendees include members of the scientific boards of the projects, graduate students, postdocs, younger researchers working in the field of molecular logic and solid-state devices.

Given the multidisciplinarity of the subjects covered, stimulating discussions will be encouraged by a flexible time table.


Abraham Nitzan, Tel-Aviv Kenji Ohmori, Okazaki Enrico Prati, Agrate Brianza Francoise Remacle, Li├Ęge Sven Rogge, Sydney Marc Sanquer, Grenoble Friedrich Simmel, Munich Andrew Turberfield, Oxford Itamar Willner, Jerusalem David Williams, Cambridge Francis Balestra, Grenoble Richard Blaikie, Otago Elisabetta Collini, Padova Giovani Cuniberti, Dresden James Heath, Pasadena Stefanos Kaxiras, Upsala Colin Lambert, Lancaster Raphael Levine, Jerusalem Hiroshi Mizuta, Southampton John Morton, London

This talk is part of the Perspectives in Nano Information Processing series.

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