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697GG Nano Computering Fall 2005. CMOL: Device, Circuits, and Architectures. Konstantin K.Likharev and Dmitri B. Strukov Stony Brook University. Prepared by Sheng Xu. The Device. There is a tradeoff between molecule simplicity and functionality

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697GG Nano Computering

Fall 2005

CMOL: Device, Circuits, and Architectures

Konstantin K.Likharev and Dmitri B. Strukov

Stony Brook University

Prepared by Sheng Xu


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The Device

  • There is a tradeoff between molecule simplicity and functionality

    --Simple ones with nonlinear but monotonic I-V curves are insufficient for highly functional intergrated circuits

    --Complex molecule have many configurations are “soft” to thermal fluctuations

    --Short and ridig molecules have just few metastable internal states is best choice

    --Example of a possible circuit:

  • --The challenges :

  • 1. no process is available of acceptable yield yet due to the difficulty to ensure a unique position of the molecule relative to the electrodes

  • possible solutions: chemical synthesis of molecules including large “floating electrodes”; Self-assembled monolayer (SAM) on the surface

  • 2.Fabrication of wires with nanometer-scale cross-section is difficult

  • possible solutions: Nanoimprint, interference lithography


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The circuit

  • The only plausible way toward high-performance nanoelectronic circuits: hybrid of integrate molecular device, nanowires and CMOS

  • Fabrication brings the circuit design two requirements: no precise alignment with each other and with CMOS subsystem

    • The resistivit of semiconductor nanowire would be too high for hybrid circuits

    • Chemical synthesized semi- nanowires into highly ordered parallel arrays is not available yet.

  • An approach and CMOL circuit implementation

    -form a small angle between nanowire and CMOS wires

    need precise aligned with former nanowire

    -CMOL modified the form “In-Bar” networks by providing contact pins distributed all over the circuit area.


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CMOL Memories

  • CMOL architecture need to be defect-tolerant

    -Chemically-dricted self-assemlby of molecular deviecs can not achieve 100% yield

    • Two major techniques: memory matrix reconfiguration, error correction

    • Several analysis results:

      chip area VS linear n size of blocks

      optimized area per bit VS the molecular device yield


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CMOL FPGA: Boolean Logic Circuits

  • Why FPGA style circuits

    -The location of a defective gate from outside is hardly possible

    -The error detection and correction method is inefficient

  • Two FPGA varieties: LUT & PLA

  • existing problem:

    • LUT: memory array can not provide address decding and output signal sensing. Must be implemented in CMOS subsystem leading to a large overhead

    • PLA: the fraction of open device is of the order of on half comparing to LUT’s one devie which leads to a high power consumption. Meanwhile dynamic logic is not realistic in nanodevices.

  • CMOL cell-based FPGA

    • Mol FPGA configuration approach to reduce original exponential circuit size.

NOR input


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CMOL CrossNets: Neuromorphic Networks

  • From Neural network and more…

    • Neural cell bodies: nanowires

    • Axon and dendrites: mutually perpendicular nanowires of the CMOL crossbar

    • Synapses: molecular latching switches

    • Remark property of CMOL CrossNet: the connectivity could be very large

    • No external software code needed, can be trained to perform certain tasks.

  • Challenges:

    --swicth between continuous signal and discrete

    --difficult to control synapse

    --processes of control single-electron latches are statistical

FlossBar CMOL CrossNet


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