Call for Papers (DOC File [53kB] PDF file [182kB] )
Over the last few years emerging technologies, such as CNT, SET, QCA, spin and molecular electronics, have
asserted a prominent role for future innovation in the electronics and computer industry at nanometer scale. As
breakthrough technologies, their potential is wide-ranging and expected to eventually supersede at least some of
the CMOS limitations, as predicted at the end of the Technology Roadmap. Novel computational paradigms
(such as quantum and reversible computing) and new manufacturing/fabrication processes (based on DNA-like
self-assembly) are being introduced to the technical community. Nano-device, circuit and system implementations
for diverse applications are currently being investigated to implement the next generation of electronics
and digital computers.
The topics include (but are not limited to)
the following ones:
Paper SubmissionProspective authors should prepare a full paper (up to 4 pages in the standard IEEE double column format), to be submitted as a PDF file.
Submission will be electronically only. Use the contact author's last name as file name; add numerals in the case of multiple submissions (e.g., lombardi1, lombardi2). The submission should also indicate the intended presenter.
Proposals for panel sessions are solicited: please send an email to the Program Chairs with a brief description (1 page maximum).
The proceedings will be published by the IEEE Computer Society.
Prospective authors should adhere to the following deadlines:
deadline: April 30, 2008