Studies of realazibility and many of nature provided examples show that the laws of physics present no barrier to reducing the size of data storage cells and logic gates, until basic components are the size of atoms or molecules. In the deep submicron and nanoscale range the physics of our devices challenges our classical design methodology. Quantum effects emerge and frequently they take dominant sway. In this review paper we call the attention on the emerging new nanoelectronic devices and circuits, and evaluate their potential role in future data recording. Recent developments in nanomechanics, single electronics, magnetoelectronics and molecular electronics will be reviwed.
Csurgay, Arpad I.; Porod, Wolfgang
Affiliations: Department of Electromagnetic Theory, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest, Hungary ; Center for and Science and Technology, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN(See document for exact affiliation information.)
AES Conference: 20th International Conference: Archiving, Restoration, and New Methods of Recording (October 2001)
Paper Number: 1958
Publication Date: October 1, 2001
Subject: Archiving, Restoration, and New Methods of Recording
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