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Amplifying Efficiency and Capacity Through the Fusion of Nanotechnology and the Internet of Things

Ankit Kumar, Kamred Udham Singh, Shilpa Sharma and Devershi Pallavi Bhatt

Abstract

Nanotechnology, characterized by the manipulation of matter at the atomic and molecular scale, has blossomed into a versatile discipline with implications spanning health, agriculture, and electronics. A symbiotic alliance has emerged be-tween nanotechnology and various sectors, particularly within the dynamic land scape of computer science. At the heart of this fusion lies the ubiquitous role of computers, essential for unraveling the intricate attributes of nanoparticles. Technological progress faces a pivotal juncture where the once-boundless trajectory of electronic device miniaturization encounters the limitations imposed by the laws of physics. Present-day silicon processors, reliant on binary operations and sequential processes, stand on the precipice of a paradigm shift. Quantum mechanics, while laden with challenges, offers a pathway to circumvent these constraints. Quantum computers, diverging fundamentally from traditional computing, hold the promise of reshaping hardware architectures and software frameworks, enabling computations that were once deemed beyond the realm of possibility. Amid this transformative backdrop, memory emerges as a linchpin within circuit design. The optimization of Random-Access Memory cells takes center stage in the realm of Quantum dot Cellular Automata technology. This study delivers a comprehensive overview of the evolving synergy between computer science and nanotechnology, delving into both the integration of nanotechnology into computer systems and the catalytic role of computer science in propelling nanotechnology’s horizons. As silicon technology approaches its zenith, the pursuit of novel mechanisms becomes imperative, heralding the dawn of the nano-computing era. Computational nanotechnology emerges as an indispensable analytical instrument, essential for conceiving new device paradigms and pioneering applications. The interplay between nanotechnology and computer science not only redefines the boundaries of achievability but also resonates across diverse domains.

Published on: December 28, 2023
doi: 10.17756/nwj.2023-s5-061
Citation: Kumar A, Singh KU, Sharma S, Bhatt DP. 2023. Amplifying Efficiency and Capacity Through the Fusion of Nanotechnology and the Internet of Things. NanoWorld J 9(S5): S341-S349.

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