Tuesday, September 30th, 2014

February 13, 2014, Berkeley EECS Annual Research Symposium, UC-Berkeley, CA—Ana Arias presented work on flexible electronics that can change forms and shapes to provide different measurements for health, medicine, and imaging. These platforms will use other substrates than standard semiconductors, but may be hybrid integration of organic and silicon circuits. Flexible circuits usually are processed [...]

February 12, 2014, ISSCC, San Francisco—New materials and technologies are starting to move beyond the lab into new applications. The different semiconductor materials are being deposited on many types of substrates and the component libraries are now rich enough to make microprocessors and PROMs and well as display drivers and analog circuits. Kris Myny from [...]

August 22, 2013, Hot Interconnects Symposium, San Jose, CA—George Papen from UC San Diego talked about the mixed optical-electrical datacenter and the changes in workloads that can benefit from this infrastructure. Current research indicates that the control plane and optical circuit switches can live together and work well. Scaling out the datacenter in big systems [...]

February 18, 2013, ISSCC, San Francisco—Session 6 demonstrated emerging medical and sensor technologies. Contributors included KAIST in Korea, Masdar Institute of Science and Technology in UAE, National Chiao Tung Universtiy and China Medical University and ASE in Taiwan, University of Tokyo in Japan, EDA-LITEN in France, Eindhoven University of Technology in The Netherlands, ST Microelectroincs [...]

 December 1,2011, Printed Electronics USA 2011, Santa Clara, CA—Janos Veres from PARC detailed the developments in printed logic and memory devices. Their approach is to create technologies and systems in building-block form. PARC has extensive experience in printed sensors, logic, memory, and active matrix backplanes. They continue to push capabilities and limits in all areas [...]