Dhruv writes “This page has great animations that break down the complicated process behind creating a single transistor (the basic building block of almost all computer chips).” Link. Tons of other great animations and resources here too.
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Many thanks for the posting about our “UVA Virtual Lab” website. (I caught on to your posting when I noticed site usage going through the roof!)
The aim of the site is to use intuitive 3D animations + recollections of high school physics to explain microelectronics and nanoscience. If you like the page on how integrated circuits are made, you might also want to take a look at:
How Semiconductors and Transistors Work: http://www.virlab.virginia.edu/VL/Semiconductor_science/MOS_kit/MOS_kit.htm
Quantum-dot Cellular Automata – a possible nanotechnology replacement for transistors:
This is new non-commercial educational website developed under National Science Foundation funding. If you like the site, please help new users find us by linking to our webpages.
Prof. John C. Bean
University of Virginia
hey john, can you send me an email firstname.lastname@example.org i’d like to chat with you about the videos.
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