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Original Article Source Paper first-authored by engineering graduate student wins IEEE Outstanding Conference Paper Award As phones and other electronics shrink in size, they’ve grown in capabilities and ubiquitousness. But, as semiconductors – the omnipresent and indispensable building blocks of the electronics and computer industries – get to the 28 to 45 nanometer feature size...... KEEP READING
Posted on Thursday, January 16th, 2014 in News, Related News | Tags: Broadcom, DTRA, Fleetwood, ISDE, Mendenhall, NASA, NSREC, Reed, RER, Schrimpf, SEU, Sierawski, Sternberg, Texas Instruments, Weller Comments Off on Large University, Industry Team Analyzes Single Electron That Can Zap Technology
An Award-Worthy Look at Electronic Glitches Beginning in 1995 TRIUMF has built up several beam lines that provide low-intensity, energetic proton and neutron beams to simulate natural-radiation exposures either in space or terrestrial environments. Even at low intensity, a few minutes of exposure in these beams can correspond to years of operation in space, air,...... KEEP READING
Posted on Tuesday, March 27th, 2012 in Related News | Tags: Awards, Electronics, ISDE, Mendenhall, muon, Radiation Testing, Reed, Sierawski, TRIUMF Comments Off on An Award-Worthy Look at Electronic Glitches