Nanotechnology Videos

Our "NanoTube" collection of informative and noteworthy videos
in the areas of nanosciences and nanotechnology

1 - 5 of 5 in category Nanoelectronics:
 
Carbon Nanotube Electronics
Source: Stanford University
The Stanford Nanoelectronics Group presents "Nanotechnology – Carbon Nanotube Electronics", a short educational video on nanotechnology and carbon nanotubes.

Electronics - how small can we go?
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Paul Weiss, Distinguished Professor of Chemistry and Physics at Penn State, discusses molecular switches and other technologies. Weiss is noted for his work on self-assembled monolayers, molecular rulers, molecular switches, and microdisplacement printing. He holds 14 US patents in nanotechnology.

Molecular electronics - self-assembly and transport by tunneling microscopy
Source: NASA Ames Research Center
Molecular electronics researches the use of molecules as functional device elements. It could provide faster, low power devices for NASA's space exploration missions. This movie shows the self assembly of small molecules on gold substrates and their electronic transport behavior studied by a scanning tunelling microscope.

Semiconductor double gate simulations
Source: SouthNovel
A series of 3-D simulations of electron movements in MOSFETs (Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistors).

Silicon nanophotonics
Source: IBM
IBM researchers detail a significant milestone in the quest to send information between multiple cores - or 'brains' - on a chip using pulses of light through silicon, instead of electrical signals on wires.



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