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Information Processing in Nanoscale Arrays: DNA Assembly, Molecular Devices, Nano-Array Architectures

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1 Author(s)
Richard A. Kiehl ; Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, University of Minnesota, 200 Union St. S.E., EE/CS 4-174, Minneapolis, Minn. 55455. +01 612 625-8073, kiehl@ece.umn.edu

Arrays of simple, nanoscale components are promising for future information processing circuitry. Large arrays could provide high functionality by exploiting the nonlinear dynamics of locally connected components, while circumventing nanoscale power dissipation and interconnect limits. To realize such a paradigm shift, however, many new physical design and system-level issues must be addressed. Here, I will describe 1) results on DNA-directed assembly of components in 2D arrays, 2) the search for electrically active molecular components and 3) schemes for information processing in arrays of simple nanoscale components

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2006 IEEE/ACM International Conference on Computer Aided Design

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5-9 Nov. 2006