Nanotechnology & Information Technology – Re-inventing Information Devices

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George E. Pake Auditorium 2004-04-26

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Nanotechnology & Information Technology – Re-inventing Information Devices

Nanotechnology seems set to completely re-invent computing and information devices as we know them, and extend Moore's Law well into the 21st century. Over the long term nearly every component of your personal computer, PDA, mobile phone, television and network will include some form of nanotechnology. How will this tranformation occur? What components of the computing infrastructure are likely to be affected first? How can you position yourself to be a player in this re-invention of computing? What must the U.S. do to assure that our lead in information technology is not stolen by other in the nano-infotech era?

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