2007 journal article
Electronic properties of molecular memory circuits on a nanoscale scaffold
IEEE Transactions on Nanobioscience, 6(4), 270–274.
By: A. Blum, C. Soto, C. Wilson, C. Amsinck, P. Franzon & B. Ratna
2006 journal article
Deterministic nanowire fanout and interconnect without any critical translational alignment
IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology, 5(4), 356–361.
By: N. Di Spigna, D. Nackashi, C. Amsinck, S. Sonkusale & P. Franzon
Physically based molecular device model in a transient circuit simulator
Chemical Physics, 326(1), 188–196.
By: N. Kriplani, D. Nackashi, C. Amsinck, N. Di Spigna, M. Steer, P. Franzon, R. Rick, G. Solomon, J. Reimers
2005 journal article
An engineered virus as a scaffold for three-dimensional self-assembly on the nanoscale
Small (Weinheim An Der Bergstrasse, Germany), 1(7), 702–706.
By: A. Blum, C. Soto, C. Wilson, T. Brower, S. Pollack, T. Schull, A. Chatterji, T. Lin ...and 5 other authors, including 2 NC State authors, J. Johnson, C. Amsinck, P. Franzon, R. Shashidhar & B. Ratna
Fabrication of wafer scale, aligned sub-25 nm nanowire and nanowire templates using planar edge defined alternate layer process
Physica. E, Low-Dimensional Systems & Nanostructures, 28(2), 107–114.
By: S. Sonkusale, C. Amsinck, D. Nackashi, N. Di Spigna, D. Barlage, M. Johnson, P. Franzon
Scaling constraints in nanoelectronic random-access memories
Nanotechnology, 16(10), 2251–2260.
By: C. Amsinck, N. Di Spigna, D. Nackashi & P. Franzon
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