Beyond Moore's Law, after silicon, new forms of computing

Moore's Law:

Is it the end of Moore's Law?

Moore's Law is about to get wierd

Transistors won't shrink beyond 2021

Are the chips finally down for Moore's Law?

Moore's Law seen hitting big bump at 14nm

Another step toward the end of Moore's Law

IBM clears path to 5nm with silicon nanosheets

US chip initiative aims for 'Moore's Law inflection' 

International technology roadmap for semiconductors (ITRS) 2015    

The end of Moore's Law: a new beginning for information technology

The nanosheet transistor is the next and maybe last step in Moore's Law

'Moore's Law is dead': three predictions about the computers of tomorrow

Visualization of Moore's Law versus actual microprocessor transistor count 1971-2019  

Extending Moore's Law:

Vortex laser offers hope for Moore's Law

Intel turns to photonics to extend Moore's law

3D-stacked CMOS takes Moore's Law to new heights

Valleytronics discovery could extend limits of Moore's Law

DARPA continues investment in post-Moore's technologies

Fundamental chemistry findings could help extend Moore's Law

Extreme minateurisation:

Smallest transistor-ever 

Single-atom transistor is 'perfect'

Stirring-up atomtronics in a quantum circuit

Research holds promise for atomic-scale circuitry 

Meet the high-performance single-molecule diode

Scientists grow atomically thin transistors and circuits

Microprocessors based on a layer of just three atoms

World's first parallel computer based on biomoloecular motors

One-atom-thin silicon transistors hold promise for super-fast computing

Smallest transistor switches current with a single atom in solid electrolyte

Computer scientists create reprogrammable molecular computing system

Tiny compound semiconductor transistor could challenge silicon's dominance

Parallel computation with molecular-motor-propelled agents in nanofabricated networks

Denser chip design:

3D chip-stacking breakthrough

Adding additional functionality to silicon chips

New research advances heterogeneous 3D chip design

Liquid cooling moves onto the chip for denser electronics

A process to make relieable 3D chips developed at EPFL

Novel chip technology to power GRAPE-8 supercomputer

IBM Research debuts 2nm test chip with 50 billion transistors

 New research could trigger revolution in computer electronics manufacturing

Ultralow-power devices:

Designing electric and magnetic order for low-energy computing

Ultralow power transistors that could function for years without a battery

Adiabatic quantum-flux-parametron: towards building extremely energy efficient circuits and systems

Next-generation materials:

Bringing silicon to life

Exotic forms of silicon 

Computing faster with quasi-particles

Beyond silicon: transistors without silicon  

Could black phophorous be the next silicon?

Engineers unlock potential for faster computing 

China sets sights on superconducting computer 

A landscape of the new dark silicon design regime

Smallest Swiss Cross - made from 20 single atoms

Tuning quantum materials for science & technology

Diamonds closer to becoming ideal semiconductors

Closing the gap: on the road to terahertz electronics

Physicists discover new quantum electronic material 

Building nanomaterials for next-generation computing

Scientists push 'valleytronics' one step closer to reality

New species of electrons can lead to better computing

Accidental discovery dramatically improves conductivity

Liquid metal breakthrough ushers new wave of electronics

DARPA pledges another $300M for post-Moore's readiness

Zero Field Switching (ZFS) effect in a nanomagnetic device

Electronics advance moves closer to a world beyond silicon

Ultra-thin ferroelectric material for next-generation electronics

Quick-change materials break the silicon speed limit for computers

Physicists discover new type of material that may speed computing

New materials for computer chips could reduce energy consumption

Scientists discover new magnet with nearly massless charge carriers

Magnetic antiparticles offer new horizons for information technologies

The materials breakthrough that might lead to computers 1000x faster

Gadget genius:- nanotechnology breakthrough is big deal for electronics

How the Gordon Bell Prize winners used Summit to illuminate transistors

NRL researchers discover novel materials for cooling of electronic devices

New ultrathin semiconductor materials exceed some of silicon's 'secret' powers

Semiconductor-free microelectronics are now possible, thanks to metamaterials

Multilingual circuit links sound, light and radio waves: Optomechanical transducer

Integration of novel materials with silicon chips makes new 'smart' devices possible

Complex materials can self-organize into circuits, may form basis for multifunction chips 

Semiconducting properties of Si-III might lead to unpredictable technological advancement

Bridging superconductor & semiconductor technology for the next generation supercomputers

After 85-year search, massless particle with promise for next-generation electronics discovered

New forms of computing:

To infinity and beyond

Consider the 'anticrystal' 

Analog computing returns 

Radical next-gen computing

Future computers that are 'normally off'

New step towards computers of the future

One step closer to a new kind of computer

A computer that operates on water droplets

Future computers: digital, quantum, biological

Future computing: digital, quantum, biologocal

Metamaterial theory that acts as an analog computer

The prototype of a chemical computer detects a sphere

Crystal ball gazing - IBM's vision of the future of computing

Physicists write with light and turn crystal into an electrical circuit

Navigating the seismic shift of post-Moore computer systems design

Unusual quantum liquid on crystal surface could inspire future electronics


World's first photonic router

Computing at the speed of light

Scalable optical learning operator

A switch for light-wave electronics

Opening a new route to photonics

Roadmap on multimode photonics

Roadmap on topological photonics

Manipulating quantum light on a chip  

Performing computational logic with light

Developng technologies that run on light

White lightning for the electronics industry

Step towards 'holy grail' of silicon photonics

Fujitsu demos silicon photonics server links

The world's fastest nanoscale photonic switch

Superfast flourescence sets new speed record

Breakthrough for photonic-electronic microchips

2022 roadmap on integrated quantum photonics

Photons open the gateway for quantum networks

Engineers take major step toward photonic circuits

Researchers clear the way for fast plasmonic chips

IBM advances silcon photonics, quantum computing

Using optical chaos to control the momentum of light 

New research lights the way for super-fast computers 

The future of quantum dot photonic integrated circuits

A low-energy optical circuit for a new era of technology

Silicon photonics will revolutionize data centers in 2015

Photonic research to drive future computing technology

Developing smarter, faster machine intelligence with light

NEC develops silicon integrated optical switch technology

Breakthrough heralds super-efficient light-based computers

Researchers develop photonic processor using polarisation  

Silicon Integrated nanophotonics technology: from lab to fab

Material could bring optical communications onto silicon chips

New technique to help produce next generation photonic chips

Trapping light that doesn't bounce off track for faster electronics

Light-enabled microprocessor holds promise for faster computers

Record-breaking chip can transmit entire Internet's traffuc per second

Breakthrough optics pave way for new class of intriguing technologies

Breakthrough in photonics could allow for faster and faster electronics

Powering future optical microsystems with chip-scale integrated photonics

Plasmonic device offers broadband modulation to optical links at 100Gbit/s

Engineers demo first processor that uses light for ultrafast communications

New half-light half-matter particles may hold the key to a computing revolution

Polarization-selective reconfigurability in hybridized-active-dielectric nanowires

Scientists invent new way to control light, critical for next gen of super computing

New silicon chip for helping build quantum computers and securing our information 

Pioneering research develops new way to capture light - for the computers of tomorrow  

Reserachers perform simple calculations by shining light patterns through a translucent cube

IEEE photonics society's optical interconnects conference to explore next-gen supercomputers        

Carbon Nanotubes:

Computing with carbon nanotubes

Reaiizing carbon nanotube integrated circuits

Future electronics based on carbon nanotubes

IBM bets on nanotubes to succeed silicon in 2020

IBM takes step toward nanotube-based computing

Researchers build carbon nanotube microprocessor 

Future flexible electronics based on carbon nanotubes

Production of carbon nnanotube microprocessors gets scaled up

Stanford engineers build basic computer using carbon nanotubes


Spintronics discovery

Spintronics just got faster

A new spin on electronics

The spintronics challenge

Gigantic ultrafast spin currents

Physicists discover new types of spin waves

Switched on: a breakthrough for spintronics   

A mini-antenna for the data processing of tomorrow

Researchers create nanoscale spinning magnetic droplet

Move over, silicon switches: there's a new way to compute

New magnitic semiconductore material holds promise for Spinronics

Young scientists discovers magnetic material unnecessary to create spin current


A quantum of current

Adding hydrogen to graphene

Graphene circuit's wireless promise

Secret to 3D graphene? Just freeze it

Branching out: making graphene from gum trees

Advancing graphene for post-silicon computer logic 

A graphene chip filters light to boost communications

Straintronics: engineers create piezoelectric graphene

Global recognition for a novel form of artificial graphene 

Layered graphene sandwich for next generation electronics

Exotic 'second sound' phenomenon observed in pencil lead

Physicists discover new 2D material that could upstage graphene

Researchers advance graphene's potential as silicon's alternative

With a simple twist, a 'magic' material is mow the big thing in physics

Graphene transistor could mean computers that are 1,000 times faster

Electricity can flow through graphene at high frequencies without energy loss

Safety assessment of graphene-based materials: focus on human health and environment  

Quantum dot devices:

Quantum dot solids: this generation's silicon wafer? 

New state of quantum matter may have big impact on electronics

Techniques to improve carbon superlattices for quantum electronic devices

Solotronics: new quantum dots herald a new era of electronics operating on a single-atom level    


Magnetism and an electric field

Computing with magnetic 'tornadoes' 

Modifying magnetic properties with electricity

Will magnets be the cure for what ails Moore's Law?

MIT researchers discover a new kind of magnetism 

Taming mavericks: Stanford researchers use synthetic magnetism 

Scientists reveal inner workings of magnets - a finding that could lead to faster computers

Experiments show magnetic chips could dramatically increase computing's energy efficiency

Biological Computing:

Breakthrough in organic electronics

How to make a computer from a living cell 

Precise and programmable biological circuits

Biology will be he next great computing platform

The next step in DNA computing:GPS mapping?

Rare forms: novel structures built from DNA emerge

Embodied molecular computation: potential and challenges

Scientists use DNA to assemble a transistor from graphene

Super-fast computer made from DNA 'grows as it computes'

DNA 'origami' could help build faster, chaeaper computer chips

Researchers use single molecule of DNA to create smallest diode

Evidence of unprecedented high electronic conductivity in mammalian pigment based eumelanin

Breakthrough in molecular electronics paves the way for DNA-based computer circuits in the future