An engineer from the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Texas at Dallas has designed a computer system without the transistor. This novel computer system is made of carbon to replace transistor in the quantum computing’s carbon spintronics model.
The engineer, Dr. Joseph S. Friedman is an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering at UT Dallas. According to the news release from the University of Texas at Dallas, his invention will one day replace the usage of transistors in the electronic devices and computers. His concept of this quantum computing used carbon spintronics to control the movement of electrons.
“The concept brings together an assortment of existing nanoscale technologies,” Dr. Friedman said about the carbon spintronics in his newly designed computer system. “This was a great interdisciplinary collaborative team effort.”
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Source: The Science Times