Quantum computing has been a long-anticipated emerging computational paradigm to complement and compete with conventional CMOS technologies. The last decade has featured reports of the initial development of using CMOS processing techniques for qubits and the atomistic fabrication of single atom transistors. Will the semiconductor industry embrace this new architype, and if so, how? When quantum devices begin to scale as predicted, will our industry be ready to integrate radically different architectures and device structures? Are there known obstacles not yet addressed that would enable the industry to more readily adopt and benefit from today’s achievements in the laboratory? What are the emerging designs and the potential fundamental challenges that are to be overcome? We have assembled a panel of experts that will share their insights on the state-of-the-art in quantum computing as well as intellectual leaders that will share their vision of the eventual merger of these new technologies with our computing capabilities today, even as lithography is approaching the near-atomic domain. Join us as we discuss the impending critical impact of quantum computing on the semiconductor industry.
Bryan M. Barnes, Erik R. Hosler, and R. Joseph Kline, "Intersecting the Quantum Future and the Semiconductor Industry (Conference Presentation)," Proc. SPIE 11323, Extreme Ultraviolet (EUV) Lithography XI, 113232N (Presented at SPIE Advanced Lithography: 28 April 2020; Published: 28 April 2020); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2572270.6152712471001.
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