Low Power Nanoelectronics for Post-CMOS Reconfigurable ICs

As semiconductor scaling leads to high-density nanoscale computing fabrics, reconfigurable computing shows promise due to design flexibility, post-manufacturing programmability and fault-tolerance. Traditional CMOS FPGA fabrics have order of magnitude inefficiencies in power, performance and density due to emulated logic and interconnect reconfigurability with look-up tables. This calls for new paradigms enabled by emerging nano-materials, devices and physical phenomena.

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