Slideshow: IEDM 2013 Highlights

Compiled by Shannon Davis, Web Editor

This week, industry leaders and experts have gathered in Washington D.C. at the 59th annual IEEE International Electron Device Meeting (IEDM) conference. The IEDM presents more leading work in more areas of the field than any other technical conference, encompassing silicon and non-silicon device technology, molecular electronics, nanotechnology, optoelectronics, MEM/NEMS, energy-related devices and bioelectronics. The 59th annual IEDM conference includes a strong overall emphasis on circuit-device interaction, advanced semiconductor manufacturing, and biomedical devices.

Solid State Technology‘s Pete Singer is on site all week, and we will be getting insight from bloggers and industry partners. Browse our slideshow of highlights from abstracts being presented this week.

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