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Ppt of nanocomputing
Ppt of nanocomputing
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Ppt of nanocomputing
Ppt of nanocomputing
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  • 1. Submitted To : Submitted By:Dr. Sanjay Bhargav Shweta Rathi Roll No. 35
  • 2.  What is nanocomputing Architectures Moore’s law How nanocomputer works Application of nanocomputing Quantum Mechanics Quantum vs Classical Computing Prospects Of quantum computing Risks in nanocomputing Conclusion
  • 3. Nanocomputingdescribes thosecomponants that usesextremely small ornanoscale devices.
  • 4.  Two forces driving the need for newcircuits design and architectures.  Invention of devices and technologies that have completly different physical principles from FET.  New processing technologies combining CMOS functions with other functions. 3D IntegrationQuantam Cell AutomataQuantum Computing
  • 5.  Array of quantum dots. An extension of the CNN concept is that ofquantum-dot cellular automata (QCA). Thisarchitecture uses arrangements of singleelectrons that communicate with each other byCoulomb repulsion over large arrays. The arrangement of electrons at the edgesprovides the computational output. The electronarrangements of QCA are controlled by anexternal clock and operate according to the rulesof Boolean logic.
  • 6. Another potential architecture is that of"crossbar switching" in which moleculesare placed at the intersections ofnanometer-scale wires. These moleculesprovide coupling between the wires andprovide computing functionality.
  • 7.  Physical integrate emerging devices that havedifferent technology.  Microprocessors with ASCIs etc.  Molecular with plastic,or quantam conductors . CMOS with dissimilar material systemsReduce global inteconnect Enables mixed technology solution.. It is associated with the need to integratedissimilar technologies on a common platform todeliver an optimum info processing solution.
  • 8.  According to moore’s law,the no of transistors that will fit on a silicon chip doubles every 18 months.  Presently microprocessors have more than 40 million transistors; by 2012 they could have up to 5 billions.  By the year 2020 the trend line of moore’s law states that there should be a 1 nanometer feature size…..
  • 9.  Nanocomputer would work by storing data in the form of atomic quantum states or spin..(SEM and quantum dots) There are several methods of nanoelectronic data storage currently being researched.Among the most promising are set electron transistors and quantum dots. All of these devices function based upon the principles of quantum mechanics…
  • 10.  Quantum devices store info. By using the phase of a quantum wave function c/d a qubit. Qubit are sensitive to external environment  Qubits are very small properties being made of atoms,ions,photons or electrons.  Can control this entanglement using physical gates.  To perform a useful function,we can manipulate wave functions and then read the result. In general quantum 2 state system ,c/d a quantum bit or qubit.
  • 11.  Quantum computer Displays
  • 12.  Quantum computer would be exponentialy faster than modern computer. (e.g. A supercomputer trying to find one phone number in a database of all the worlds phone books would take a month, Chuang says. A quantum computer could do it in 27 minutes.) It would break the most sophisticated code. Its fast enough to do computer simulations for nuclear explosions.
  • 13. Quantum computers might prove especially useful in the following applications : Breaking ciphers Statistical analysis Factoring large numbers Solving problems in theoretical physics Solving optimization problems in many variables.
  • 14.  It requires that the state of qubits be mainted for a long time for a computation to complete. Only few problems have been exhibited for which quntum mechanics offers an advantage.
  • 15.  Electrons scientists need to develop new circuits to cope with nano circuits working with carbon nanotubes. The transistors will be 100 times smaller than the thickness of human hair. The ultracapacitors produces high heat till today there is no remedy given to cool it.
  • 16. Nanobased quantum computers wouldrevolutionize computing and increse theircomputing power tremendously. It covers the underlying physics,reliability and nanoscale quantum,opticaland molecular computing.
  • 17.  http://www.mitre.org/tech/nanotech/ourwor k/nano_papers.html#nanoelectronics http://www.nanocare-ag.com/produkte http://www.nanotechproject.org/inventories/ consumer/browse/products/canola_active_oil http://nanocomputer.flyingelectron.com http://forum.s1mp3.org/viewforum.php http://www.nanonewsnet.com http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nanocomputer

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