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Advancing into FinFET

Chip Lifecycle Design Challenges, In-Chip Monitoring, and Tungsten Data Storage Breakthrough

In this week’s podcast, we are talking about embedded in-chip monitoring and lifecycle chip design challenges with Stephen Crosher and Oliver King from Moortec. We also take a closer look at a new breakthrough in data storage technology and why a team of researchers from Stanford, UC Berkeley, and Texas A&M believe that tiny slices of tungsten ditelluride may just hold the key to the evolution of data storage.

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Links for July 31, 2020

More information about Moortec 

Stanford-led team shows how to store data using 2D materials instead of silicon chips

Berry curvature memory through electrically driven stacking transitions (Whitepaper)

 

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