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Organic electronics to push Moore's Law beyond 7nm

Posted: 09 Oct 2015 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:TU Dresden? Moore's Law? transparent electronics? organic? flexible?

Jeronimo Castrillon, professor and chair for compiler construction at TU Dresden, is also participating in the effort by adapting information processing methods to organics that overcome the limitations of CMOS.

"I am trying to adapt all the standard software procedures to organic materials," Castrillon noted. "We are creating highly adaptive efficient computing [HAEC] using parallel programming models and realtime OSs."

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High performance and yet flexible and transparent electronics is possible once the necessary infrastructure is created, according to TU Dresden. (Source: TU Dresden, used with permission)

Castrillon is also using concepts from computational biology, putting organic circuitry on glass substrates, trying to do information processing that overcomes the expense of semiconductors today. All the standard software procedures will be performed by organic materials, from compilers to application programmes.

"The goal is to minimise energy while building all the tools we use today," Castrillon sstated, including parallel programing models, software synthesis and hardware-description languages (HDL) to build new-age applications such as labs-on-a-chip.

- R. Colin Johnson
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