University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana
University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana
Organized by STARnet LEAST and E2 Switch
Organized by STARnet LEAST and E2 Switch
Sponsored by DARPA and SRC
Sponsored by DARPA and SRC
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We would also like to thank DARPA

E3S Symposium

E3S Symposium | Berkeley Symposium on Energy Efficient Electronic Systems

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to the E2 SWITCH project
Steep transistors are being developed worldwide to achieve less than 60 mV/decade subthreshold swing. Realization of this transistor will enable electronic systems with sub-half-volt supply voltages achieving lower power dissipation and greater energy efficiency than can be achieved with modern transistors.

The "Steep Transistors Workshop" is a specialists meeting. Leading engineers and scientists from more than 30 industry and academic research teams worldwide have been invited to participate in the workshop. Because it is a specialists meeting, speakers will skip introductory material and address key new findings or issues of interest to the community. It is the purpose of this meeting to provide a forum to compare and contrast approaches, air technical challenges, and form collaborations to accelerate development.

The workshop will be held at the University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN, October 5-6, 2015. It is being co-organized by the SRC/DARPA STARnet Center for Low Energy System Technology (LEAST) and the European Energy Efficient Tunnel FET Switches and Circuits program (E2 SWITCH).

The meeting is open to interested researchers, postdocs, and students.

What is STARnet?

STARnet is a collaborative network of Semiconductor Technology Advanced Research centersSTARnet is a collaborative network of Semiconductor Technology Advanced Research centers. Each STARnet center is a team of U.S. universities conducting research on semiconductor, system, and design technology. The STARnet program is managed by MARCO, a wholly owned subsidiary of Semiconductor Research Corporation.

Organizers

Alan Seabaugh, University of Notre DameAlan Seabaugh

University of
Notre Dame

Lars-Erik Wernersson, Lund University, SwedenLars-Erik Wernersson

Lund University,
Sweden