The section, 'Integrated Circuits and VLSI' within Frontiers in Electronics highlights research from design and design automation at the device, circuit and architecture levels all the way to system-level performance, energy efficiency and robustness.Read More
Electronic systems, made possible by Very Large-Scale Integration (VLSI) of billions of transistors into integrated circuits, are an indispensable part of all our lives. Powerful systems, from portable devices (Augmented / Virtual reality, smartphones, tablets, notebooks) all the way to cloud-based servers are shaping almost every aspect of our lives: communication, commerce and finance, transportation, entertainment, education, scientific research, public administration, and even socializing. These systems enable instantaneous, personalized, and contextual access to massive amounts of data and services. This section comprehensively covers various aspects of integrated circuits and VLSI: from design and design automation at the device, circuit and architecture levels all the way to system-level performance, energy efficiency and robustness. Nanotechnologies and NanoSystems beyond traditional silicon CMOS are also covered.Related topics include:
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