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Leaner and greener: adapting to the changing climate of innovation

Penning de Vries, Rene, Redman-White, William, Roovers, Raf, Warmerdam, Leo and Letavic, Ted (2009) Leaner and greener: adapting to the changing climate of innovation At International Solid State Circuits Conference, United States. 08 - 12 Feb 2009. (doi:10.1109/ISSCC.2009.4977290).

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While the semiconductor industry has contributed enormously to overall economic growth in the last 50 years, the coming decades will see IC innovation with much greater focus on "greener and leaner" applications. We will witness an evolution from low power for long battery life to low overall power consumption. We will see more technology development away from the path of Moore's law geared to better control and management of our energy resources and improved power generation and storage. Energy used per kilometer of travel will continue to reduce as new semiconductor technology brings greater efficiency to conventional transport, and enables radically new vehicle architectures

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Published date: February 2009
Venue - Dates: International Solid State Circuits Conference, United States, 2009-02-08 - 2009-02-12
Organisations: Nanoelectronics and Nanotechnology


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PURE UUID: e86ae018-2f3c-454e-90d1-2ff92a4dda2a

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Date deposited: 15 Jul 2011 13:20
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 09:25

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Author: Rene Penning de Vries
Author: William Redman-White
Author: Raf Roovers
Author: Leo Warmerdam
Author: Ted Letavic

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