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By Mark Lundstrom
Electrical and Computer EngineeringPurdue University, West Lafayette, IN
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Pranav Pradeep Rao
@ 10:49 PM on 06 Feb, 2011
5.0 out of 5 stars
Brilliant amazing, really informative for people who are interested and don’t know a lot about Moore’s Law Nano-technology, microelectronics and/ or transistors. Gives a lot of information that is useful and very well connected also lists further reading and places to get more information.
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Mario Cyril Pinto
@ 08:29 AM on 16 Sep, 2008
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@ 09:49 PM on 20 Aug, 2008
Great Presentation with detailed expanation from basics
@ 09:48 PM on 20 Aug, 2008
@ 02:19 PM on 21 Jun, 2007
It makes one wonder about the future prospects of nanotechnology. Is it possible to build a transistor that exceeds the capacities that of today? Will Moore’s Law really continue to go on after 40 years have past? Those were the questions that kept popping into my mind as the presentation went on. Great presentation!!!
@ 07:54 AM on 30 May, 2007
@ 05:39 PM on 26 Feb, 2007
Excellent presentation. Very easy to understand and should be a required presentation to any electronics program.
@ 10:45 AM on 27 Sep, 2006
that is great , you are really great people may god bless you all and my best wishes are with you keep going i will pray to lord shiv to help you to be happy always
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