Presentation on theme: "Work in Progress --- Not for Publication 1 ERD WG 7/01/08 ERD TWG Emerging Research Devices Telecon Meeting No. 2 Jim Hutchby - Facilitating Tuesday, July."— Presentation transcript:
Work in Progress --- Not for Publication 1 ERD WG 7/01/08 ERD TWG Emerging Research Devices Telecon Meeting No. 2 Jim Hutchby - Facilitating Tuesday, July 1, 2008 9:00 am – 11:00 Eastern US Time ERD WG Telecon July 1, 2008 Pacific US Central US Eastern US Europe Taiwan Japan/Korea 6am 8am 9am 3pm 9pm 10pm
Work in Progress --- Not for Publication 2 ERD WG 7/01/08 Hiroyugi AkinagaAIST Tetsuya AsaiHokkaido U. Yuji AwanoFujitsu George BourianoffIntel Michel BrillouetCEA/LETI Joe BrewerU. Florida John CarruthersPSU Ralph CavinSRC U-In ChungSamsung Philippe CoronelST Me Shamik DasMitre Erik DeBenedictisSNL Simon Deleonibus LETI Kristin De MeyerIMEC Michael FrankAMD Christian GamratCEA Mike GarnerIntel Dan HammerstromPSU Wilfried HaenschIBM Shigenori HayashiMatsushita Dan HerrIBM Toshiro HiramotoU. Tokyo Matsuo HidakaISTEK Jim HutchbySRC Yasuo InoueRenesas Tech Adrian IonescuETH Kohei ItohKeio U. Seiichiro KawamuraSelete Rick KiehlU. Minn Hiroshi KotakiSharp Franz KreuplQimonda Nety KrishnaAMAT Zoran KrivokapicAMD Phil KuekesHP Lou LomeIDA Hiroshi MizutaU. Southampton Murali Muraldihar Freescale Fumiyuki NiheiNEC Dmitri NikonovIntel Wei-Xin NiNDL Yaw ObengNIST Dave RobertsAir Products Kaushal SinghAMAT Kentaro Shibahara Hiroshima U. Sadas ShankarIntel Thomas Skotnicki ST Me Satoshi SugaharaTokyo Tech Shin-ichi TakagiU. Tokyo Luan TranMicron Ken UchidaToshiba Yasuo WadaWaseda U. Rainer WaserRWTH A Franz Widdershoven NXP Jeff WelserNRI/IBM Philip WongStanford U. Kojiro YagamiSony David YehSRC/TI In-Seok YeoSamsung In-K YooSAIT Peter ZeitzoffFreescale Yuegang ZhangIntel Victor ZhirnovSRC Emerging Research Devices Working Group
Work in Progress --- Not for Publication 3 ERD WG 7/01/08 July 1, 2008 Telecon Meeting - Objectives u Review Agendas for Saturday, July 12, Workshop and Sunday, July 13, ERD WG Meeting. u Decide process for selecting “Beyond CMOS” candidate technology(ies) for enhanced engineering development. u Briefly discuss each of the seven white papers to provide proponents feedback prior to the Workshop.
Work in Progress --- Not for Publication 4 ERD WG 7/01/08 July 1, 2008 Telecon Meeting - Agenda 9:00 am Check in & review meeting Hutchby Objectives/Agenda 9:10 Review Workshop & ERD WG AgendaHutchby July 12 Workshop Agenda July 13 ERD WG Agenda 9:30 Discuss/decide process and voting Hutchby scheme for selecting the “Beyond CMOS” Candidate technology(ies) 10:00Briefly discuss each White PaperHutchby (NEMS, Spin Transfer Torque, Collective Spin Devices, Carbon-based Nanoelectronics, SED/SETs, Atomic Switch, and CMOL)( 8-minute max.) 11:00 Adjourn Meeting
Work in Progress --- Not for Publication 5 ERD WG 7/01/08 Process Proposed for Selecting “Beyond CMOS” Technology for Enhanced Engineering Development Receive and evaluate White Papers from Proponents Conduct an ERD Telecon to briefly review and discuss the White Papers to provide feedback prior to Workshop. Receive proponent/opponent expert inputs on the candidate technologies on Saturday, July 12. Select one or two candidate technologies via discussion, majority voting, and forming an approximate consensus on Sunday, July 13. Report results to IRC on July 14 or 15. Write a report by August 31.
Work in Progress --- Not for Publication 6 ERD WG 7/01/08 Decision Making & Majority Voting Scheme Each member of ERD WG will be given a maximum of 3 votes to use in voting for their top 3 choices among the candidate technologies (Majority Voting scheme) Only 0 or 1 vote can be cast for any candidate technology Member does not have to use all 3 votes, but cannot use more than 3 votes. All members can participate in the straw vote. ERD WG members present in the July 12 Workshop & the July 13 FxF meeting will be eligible to vote at July 13 meeting. The Candidate Technologies will be ordered according to which received the largest number of votes. Consensus approval will be our goal, but a 75% affirmative vote will be required as a minimum. This is what is meant by the term approximate consensus.