Goldstein Participates in ICCAD Nanotechnology Panel


November 13, 2001

Seth Goldstein, Assistant Professor of Computer Science and ECE, was one of six panelists to address the question "Will Nanotechnology Change the Way We Design and Verify Systems?" at the International Conference on Computer-Aided Design (ICCAD) panel session on Nov. 7. The panel was part of ICCAD 2001, a conference for EE CAD professionals, held Nov. 4-8 in San Jose, Calif.

Goldstein predicted that nanotechnology systems would be reprogrammable and said designers would use nanotechnology chips' reconfigurability to detect and avoid defects and would compile programs directly to silicon. For a complete summary of the ICCAD panel, see

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