The NABAB project is part of the NANO-ICT cluster of projects. NABAB has been selected among other projects as part of the first FP7 Call (FP7-ICT-2007-1) organized in the Future and Emerging Technologies scheme. As a result our project is naturally linked to the other projects of the same call but also to many other research initiatives in a much broader perspective. Indeed, our research interest is at the crossroad of various topics not often gathered in a single project.
Some other projects we are linked to
The AETHER project research is about a computing framework for self-adaptive computing resources. Self-adaptive computing engines (or SANEs), are computers with a level of autonomy that makes them able to react, to adapt to changing situations. Obviously the NAB concept can be seen as such a tiny SANE.
The AFSID project aims at studying the CMOS doping modulation to propose new functionalities arising from the control of single charge and spin on individual dopants. Such technologies could give birth to radically new devices using the CMOS technology and to explore the limits of the technology.