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1 Network for Computational Nanotechnology (NCN) Your Title Here Your Name Here Network for Computational Nanotechnology (NCN) Electrical and Computer Engineering

2 Gerhard Klimeck Master->Slide Master” Quad Charts A great way to tell a story in one slide Objective: Convey information in 60 seconds or less Problem: People want to say too much in too little time and space Approach: minimum f o nt s i z e : 20 Maximum bullets: 3-4 Avoid details, use words audience knows Every keyword you SAY should be WRITTEN Results / Impact: Convince the audience of relevance of the problem Demonstrate you have delivered solutions Convince the audience that you have a plan for the future Get the job or the funding! Include one cool breakthrough image

3 Gerhard Klimeck Master->Slide Master” 3 Sample Title without the black bar You get a bit more space if you need it 59,904 cores Match and Guide Experiments >50 million atoms 22 point font is readable Never go smaller than 20 point No really 18 points gets harder And 14 points become ridiculous Please leave out lengthy wording because really no one wants to read a long sentence like that and the main message of not putting in long sentences gets lost No sentences Think punchlines Important conceptual words

4 Gerhard Klimeck Master->Slide Master” OMEN - Accelerating Nano-scale Transistor Innovation through Petascale Simulation Objective: Explore different transistor designs, material systems, and operations Reduce power, increase performance Problem: No nano transport tool available Need atomistic representation, quantum transport => very intensive Approach / Status after 2 years: Empirical tight binding, NEGF Highly parallel prototype, begin testing Impact: Analyzed ultra-thin body FETs, nanowires, graphene, gate tunneling First atomistic band-to-band tunneling and 3D scattering simulations Scaling to 222,720 cores on Jaguar Published 3 IEDM, 1 IEEE EDL, 1 PRB, 1 APL, 2 SISPAD, 1 SciDAC papers OMEN: 3D, 2D, and 1D atomistic devices Scaling to 222,720 cores

5 Gerhard Klimeck Master->Slide Master” 2. Common method/knowledge: The Kaiser’s new clothes are beautiful. If you cannot see them, you are stupid. 2. Common method/knowledge: The Kaiser’s new clothes are beautiful. If you cannot see them, you are stupid. 1. Motivation: The Kaiser bought new and expensive clothes. We cannot see the clothes! 1. Motivation: The Kaiser bought new and expensive clothes. We cannot see the clothes! 3. Our method: We are not stupid! We never stop asking everybody: “Can you see the clothes?” 3. Our method: We are not stupid! We never stop asking everybody: “Can you see the clothes?” 4. Our findings/Results: Nobody can see the Kaiser’s new clothes. The Kaiser has been betrayed! 4. Our findings/Results: Nobody can see the Kaiser’s new clothes. The Kaiser has been betrayed! Message to take with you/Do not forget: The Kaiser is naked! Message to take with you/Do not forget: The Kaiser is naked!

6 Gerhard Klimeck Master->Slide Master” A fairytale - reloaded 2. Common method/knowledge: The Kaiser’s new clothes are beautiful. If you cannot see them, you are stupid. 2. Common method/knowledge: The Kaiser’s new clothes are beautiful. If you cannot see them, you are stupid. 1. Motivation: The Kaiser bought new and expensive clothes. We cannot see the clothes! 1. Motivation: The Kaiser bought new and expensive clothes. We cannot see the clothes! 3. Our method: We are not stupid! We never stop asking everybody: “Can you see the clothes?” 3. Our method: We are not stupid! We never stop asking everybody: “Can you see the clothes?” 4. Our findings/Results: Nobody can see the Kaiser’s new clothes. The Kaiser has been betrayed! 4. Our findings/Results: Nobody can see the Kaiser’s new clothes. The Kaiser has been betrayed! Message to take with you/Do not forget: The Kaiser is naked! Message to take with you/Do not forget: The Kaiser is naked!

7 Gerhard Klimeck Master->Slide Master” Performance Structure Measured Performance Structure Sample Title Right bound with black bar 22 point font is readable Never go smaller than 20 point No really 18 points gets harder And 14 points become ridiculous Please leave out lengthy wording because really no one wants to read a long sentence like that and the main message of not putting in long sentences gets lost No sentences Think punchlines Important conceptual words


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