1st Edition

Nanoelectronics for Next-Generation Integrated Circuits

Edited By Rohit Dhiman Copyright 2023
    298 Pages 194 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    The incessant scaling of complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) technology has resulted in significant performance improvements in very-large-scale integration (VLSI) design techniques and system architectures. This trend is expected to continue in the future, but this requires breakthroughs in the design of nano-CMOS and post-CMOS technologies. Nanoelectronics refers to the possible future technologies beyond conventional CMOS scaling limits. This volume addresses the current state-of-the-art nanoelectronic technologies and presents potential options for next-generation integrated circuits.

    Nanoelectronics for Next-generation Integrated Circuits is a useful reference guide for researchers, engineers, and advanced students working on the frontier of the design and modeling of nanoelectronic devices and their integration aspects with future CMOS circuits. This comprehensive volume eloquently presents the design methodologies for spintronics memories, quantum-dot cellular automata, and post-CMOS FETs, including applications in emerging integrated circuit technologies.

    1. Emerging Graphene-based Electronics: Properties to Potentials
    2. Sanghamitra Debroy, Santhosh Sivasubramani, Swati Ghosh Acharyya, and Amit Acharyya

    3. Models for Modern Spintronics Memories with Layered Magnetic Interfaces
    4. Divyansh Jain and Aniket Singha

    5. Evaluation of Magnetic Anisotropy via Intrinsic Spin Infusion
    6. Divyansh Jain and Aniket Singha

    7. Quantum-dot Cellular Automata (QCA) Nanotechnology for the Next Generation Systems
    8. Sunakshi Sharma and Vijay Kumar Sharma

    9. An Overview of Nanowire Field Effect Transistors For Future Nanoscale Integrated Circuits
    10. John Ajayan, D. Nirmal, P. Mohankumar, and Shubham Tayal

    11. Investigation of Tunnel Field Effect Transistors (TFETs) for Label Free Biosensing
    12. Suneet Kumar Agnihotri, Chithraja Rajan, Anil Lodhi, and Dip Prakash Samajdar

    13. Analog and Linearity Analysis of Vertical Nanowire TFET
    14. Sahil Sankhyan and Tarun Chauhary

    15. Effect of Variation in Gate Material on Enhancement mode P-GaN AlGaN/ GaN HEMT

    Shamshad Alam, Mamta Khosla, Ashish Raman, and Ravi Ranjan

    1. Electrical Modeling of One Selector-One resistor (1S-1R) for Mitigating the Sneak
    2. Arya Lekshmi J, T. Nandha Kumar, Haider A.F., K.B Jinesh

    3. SRAM: An Essential Part of Integrated Circuits
    4. Vishal Sharma and Shivani Godha

    5. Implementation of 512bit SRAM Tile using Lector Technique for Leakage Power Reduction
    6. Rajeevan Chandel, K. Madhu Kiran, and Rohit Dhiman

    7. Characterization of Stochastic Process Variability Effects on Nano-scale Analog Circuits
    8. Soumya Pandit

    9. Versatile Single Input Single Output Filter Topology Suitable for Integrated Circuits
    10. Bhartendu Chaturvedi, Jitendra Mohan, and Jitender

    11. Secured Integrated Circuit (IC/IP) Design Flow 

    Anirban Sengupta, Prasad Pradeeprao Kanhegaonkar, and Rahul Chaurasia


    Rohit Dhiman received his Bachelor of Technology degree in Electronics & Communication Engineering from HP University Shimla, India in 2007. He did his Master of Technology (M.Tech.) in VLSI Design from National Institute of Technology (NIT) Hamirpur in 2009. He was awarded with the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) from NIT Hamirpur in 2014. Presently, Dr. Rohit Dhiman is working as an Assistant Professor in Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering at NIT Hamirpur and is the author/co-author of reputed publications in Journals and Conference proceedings of repute. He has been awarded the Young Scientist Award from the Department of Science & Technology, Science and Engineering Research Board, GoI, New Delhi. He has also been bestowed with the prestigious Young Faculty Research Fellowship from the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY), Govt. of India and has three sponsored research projects to his credit. His major research interest is in the device and circuit modeling for low power VLSI design.