9th ACM/IEEE International Symposium on Nanoscale Architectures
This 9th symposium will incorporate several exciting special sessions (e.g., beyond charge-based computing, benefits and challenges with emerging memory devices, and nanoelectronics for biomedical systems) and opportunities for interaction. In addition to Regular Papers (of up to 6 pages in length), we also invite 2-page Concept Papers in the area of nanofabrication, nano-computing, and emerging applications of nanosystems for presentation in Special Sessions. These concept papers would present less-developed but radical and highly innovative work.
NANOARCH is the annual cross-disciplinary forum for the discussion of novel post-CMOS and advanced nanoscale CMOS technology, circuits, architectures and systems. The symposium seeks papers on innovative ideas for solutions to the principal challenge facing integrated electronics in the 21st century - how to design, model, fabricate, and integrate nanosystems to overcome the fundamental limitations of CMOS. Such systems could (1) contain unconventional nanodevices with unique capabilities, e.g., nanowires, nanotubes, graphene, resistive and spin-based devices, (2) introduce new logic and memory circuit styles, (3) introduce new concepts on computing model and architecture to address the energy, reliability and security issues, (4) reconfigure and/or mask faults at much higher rates than in CMOS, (5) involve new paradigms for manufacturing, (6) effectively integrate nanosensors with nanoelectronics, and (7) rethink the methodologies and design tools involved
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Authors are invited to submit papers of up to 6 pages in length for the Regular Paper Sessions and 2 pages in length for the Concept Paper Sessions in PDF version, double column, IEEE format, with a minimum font size of 10 points on the symposium submission website. Author may choose to make submissions anonymous, although that is not mandatory. The electronic submission will be considered evidence that upon acceptance, the author(s) will present their paper at the symposium. Accepted papers will be included in the Symposium Proceedings, published in IEEE Xplore and will be considered for the NANOARCH Best Paper Awards.
Extended versions of the most exciting papers will be published (subject to a further review process) in a NANOARCH 2013 special section in IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computing (TETC).