The growing dominance of silicon as the mainstream solid
state memory is being challenged. Will silicon remain the
basis of memory developments or new atomic sized devices
where changes in phase or chemical structure, quantum
effects, tunnelling and wave mechanics take over? Ron
Neale, from a 50 year perspective as a researcher, developer,
writer and outspoken critic in the area of memory devices, will explore the present state of play and likelihood of the revolution succeeding.
Refreshments are served from 6pm on the day of the lecture for a 6.30pm start. While these lectures are free to attend, please register online.