NOYCE, Robert: The impact of Integrated Circuits (a lecture)


1950 | 1960 | 1970 | 1980 | Chip | NOYCE
Personaje: NOYCE, Robert.

May 11, 1984

In this 1984 lecture, Robert Noyce reviews the development of the integrated circuit from its infancy in the 1950s to the early-1980s as well as its impact on technology and society. Noyce discusses the innovations in transistors that lead to the creation of the integrated circuit. Next, Robert Noyce talks about the technical challenges of building increasingly more compact and more powerful semiconductors as well as the overall effects of Moore's Law. Finally, Noyce looks ahead to the future of semiconductor development that was uncertain at the time of this lecture, but is now in our past.

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