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Date:6/28/2011

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3. "Because we are working at the scale of the atom, our tools have to be ultra high-precision and of extremely high-calibre, just like IMRE's UHV interconnection machine, which is one of the three in AtMol that can study the performance of single molecule and surface atom circuit logic gates", said the AtMol project leader, Prof Christian Joachim of the French Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) and an A*STAR Visiting Investigator at IMRE. Prof Joachim's team in IMRE is one of the pioneers in atom technology, having built the world's first controllable molecular gear and constructed the smallest digital logic gate with a single molecule. "This workshop brings together the world's foremost experts to discuss the latest in atomic interconnection machine technology and how this can quicken the pace towards a working molecular chip."

4. "The tools and the level of expertise that IMRE is contributing to this project show that the research in Singapore is truly at the cutting edge of global science", said Prof Andy Hor, Executive Director of IMRE. "IMRE is extremely glad to host the event and be a part of a truly momentous scientific effort."

5. The AtMol project aims to create a prototype molecular processor or a 'concept chip' in about four years time. The project will establish a comprehensive process for making the molecular chip using the three unique ultra high vacuum (UHV) atomic scale interconnection machines to build the chip atom-by-atom. The AtMol project was launched at the start of 2011 with 10 organisations from across Europe and IMRE in Singapore.


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Contact: Eugene Low
loweom@scei.a-star.edu.sg
656-874-8491
Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), Singapore
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