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Evaluation of design strategies for stochastically assembled nanoarray memories
Benjamin Gojman, Eric Rachlin, John E. Savage
A key challenge facing nanotechnologies is learning to control uncertainty introduced by stochastic self-assembly. In this article, we explore architectural and manufacturing strategies to cope with this uncertainty when assembling nanoarrays,...
Nanowire-based programmable architectures
Chemists can now construct wires which are just a few atoms in diameter; these wires can be selectively field-effect gated, and wire crossings can act as diodes with programmable resistance. These new capabilities present both opportunities and...