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Decrease of feature size has been the driving force in electronics. With smaller sizes, there are more transistors on a chip, allowing higher speed and larger memory in computers, cell phones, IPODs, and other consumer electronics.


We strive to develop a suite of multi-scale electronic design automation (EDA) tools ranging from atomistic simulation methods to circuit simulators and to electromagnetic solvers for electrical signals for emerging sub-22nm technology. With these tools, we will study the sub-22nm devices and their systems; and calculate their physical and dynamical properties, and explore the possible paradigm shifts of next generation electronics. Our objectives are specifically listed below:

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