Design Hardening of Commercial Technologies

Design Hardening of Commercial Technologies Most of today’s advanced nanoelectronic device technologies are being developed in the commercial sector, where performance and power are typically optimized, trading away temperature range and component reliability. Commercial semiconductor road maps show component reliability timescales are being reduced to 5–7 years, more closely aligning with commercial product life cycles […]  More »

Developing Nanoelectronics for Space Systems

Developing Nanoelectronics for Space Systems Nanoelectronic technologies offer promising capabilities. As the commercial industrial base is shifting toward their use, Aerospace is exploring how to harness the best of their features for space systems. Jon Osborn, Erica Deionno, and Adam Bushmaker   Gordon Moore, the cofounder of Intel, noted in a 1965 paper that the […]  More »