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2002-06-21 Tomorrow's technology points to present-day solutions
Off-key subjects were at the heart of several emerging technology sessions at the DAC that examined the challenges of next-gen designs while suggesting possible approaches to existing problems
2013-10-04 The Internet of Things and its need for the human touch
For the IoT to take off at the scale touted by enthusiastic visionaries, it must apply the same talents used into the transformation of technological dreams into reality to the human side of the IoT
2004-04-26 Speedline, Georgia Tech team up in control printing tech
Speedline Technologies Inc. has entered into an exclusive agreement with the Georgia Institute of Technology for the license of patent-pending closed-loop printing technology.
2007-08-06 Solar cell hits world-record efficiency of 42.8 percent
A consortium that includes the University of Delaware and DuPont reported a solar cell with an efficiency of 42.8 percent, said to be the world's highest
2007-12-20 Shortage of engineering teachers in India broached
Indian academics discuss the dire shortage of engineering teachers in India, estimated to be in the range of 30 to 35 percent
2009-11-04 Intersil, Georgia Tech open analog center
Intersil and Georgia Institute of Technology will open a development facility and embark on several new programs dedicated to R&D of advanced power management semiconductor technologies.
2015-05-12 Impact of piling on package manufacturing
To accomplish various performance enhancements, packaging engineers should consider intriguing combinations being constructed at the chip to package level.
2010-10-28 Georgia Tech reveals new voice authentication technology
Researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology reveal an authentication technology that can identify a digital fingerprint hidden within voice signals.
2012-09-06 Georgia Tech researchers develop hybrid generator-storage cell
The core of the self-charging power cell is a piezoelectric membrane that drives lithium ions from one side of the cell to the other when the membrane is deformed by mechanical stress
2012-11-27 Georgia Tech researchers advance graphitic nanojoints
A team of researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology used a technique based on electron beam-induced deposition to develop the graphitic nanojoints.
2011-02-01 Georgia Tech develops top-gate organic field-effect transistor for plastic electronics
Researchers at Georgia Tech have developed a top-gate organic field-effect transistor with a bilayer gate insulator that gives excellent stability and performance for use on plastic electronics
2010-09-09 Georgia Tech demos piezotronic transistors for MEMS apps
Transistors harness the piezoelectric effect in zinc-oxide nanowires to transform mechanical motion into a signal that controls logic operations.
2011-05-25 Georgia Tech demos 25Gbit/s plastic fiber transmission
Georgia Tech has successfully boosted plastic optics transmission to 25Gbit/s. VI systems, on the other hand, has reported a performance of 40Gbit/s
2005-09-16 Ultrasensitive quantum lasers sniff toxins
A Georgia Tech researcher develops an ultrasensitive spectrometer using quantum cascade lasers, waveguides and detectors
2014-02-10 Researchers highlight graphene's ballistic transport property
The study reveals that graphene nanoribbons act more like optical waveguides or quantum dots, allowing electrons to flow smoothly along the edges of the material to spawn innovative electronic devices
2005-07-08 Quarter-brick IBCs extend to 450W
Georgia Institute of Technology researchers have developed a chip-cooling process that they hope will replace the bulky, bolt-on metal towers used with microprocessors like the G5.
2013-11-26 Novel processor architecture offers speedy big data analysis
Micron's Automata Processor (AP) architecture's design is based on an adaptation of memory array architecture, exploiting the inherent bit-parallelism of traditional SDRAM
2007-10-18 Industrial affiliation program tackles 32nm IC packaging
Two research centers are inviting industry partners to participate in an advanced research program on next-generation flip-chip and substrate technologies.
2007-11-23 IBM tips open source tech for senior workers
IBM has partnered with researchers from the University of Dundee's School of Computing in the United Kingdom and the University of Miami's Miller School of Medicine to develop open source technology for older workers
2007-05-02 High-k dielectrics to benefit from composite nanomaterials, says researchers
Composite nanomaterials promise to double the charge storage capabilities of capacitors, as well as supercharge plastic circuits with high-k dielectric gate oxides, says researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
2011-09-26 Graphene succeeds CMOS tech
James D. Meindl of Georgia Institute of Technology believes that graphene is the leading candidate to replace CMOS semiconductor technology.
2014-02-11 Graphene ribbons exhibit exceptional electrical conductivity
The graphene ribbons allow electrons to move freely without scattering and can transport electric current ballistically, that is, without encountering resistance within the material at room temperature.
2015-09-29 Developing next-gen batteries using Si-based electrodes
Anodes based on silicon can theoretically store up to ten times more lithium ions than conventional graphite electrodes, making the material attractive for high-performance lithium-ion batteries.
2011-01-17 Agilent to supply test equipment to Singapore university
Singapore's Nanyang Technological University has commissioned Agilent Technologies Inc. to supply RF test equipment to its Virtus IC design center of excellence. The equipment will be used for research projects approaching the terahertz range
2002-02-11 IEEE helps form voting equipment standards
The IEEE will help form new standards for voting machines to avert a replay of the "hanging chad" election debacle of 2000
2004-03-16 Zinc-oxide structure joins nanoscale-device push
Nanorings, a new type of geometry in the quest to build nanoscale devices, hold out near-term promise as injectable pressure sensors to monitor the human body
2013-08-21 Zigbee IP spec for IPv6 6LoPAN wireless networks
Read about the evolution of IP-based solutions for wireless sensor networks and also the use of the new ZigBee Smart Energy IP stack
2008-06-06 Will 3D through-silicon vias break into mainstream?
The 3D technology based on through-silicon vias technology took center stage at the IEEE 2008 International Interconnect Technology Conference but there is still no consensus just how the industry will bring the long-awaited technology into the mainstream
2014-06-17 Vision-based AI boosts surveillance applications
Cost, performance and power consumption advances are now paving the way for the proliferation of embedded vision into diverse surveillance applications
2015-02-13 Utilising LEDs for LCD backlighting (Part 2)
In Part 2, we will begin with a look at the market trends that have driven the evolution of LED LCDs. This will be followed by an exploration of the optical design techniques used in today's displays
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