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  • 2018 Millennium Technology Prize winner Dr Tuomo Suntola spoke at #GYSS2019 this morning about how his discovery of Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) has changed the way we use technology today. It used to be impossible to squeeze transistors into such a small size, due to their instability at such a high operational voltage. With the discovery of ALD, we can fit almost 10 billion transistors in a single tiny silicon chip, and the technology is being used in most of today’s devices, from smartphones to solar cells. 
Dr Suntola added, “Many scientists believe that we should start from basic research before real world application, but in many cases we should examine our surroundings first and then acknowledge that there is a need for this particular technology.” #scientistsinSG bit.ly/gysstuomosuntola
  • 2018 Millennium Technology Prize winner Dr Tuomo Suntola spoke at #GYSS2019 this morning about how his discovery of Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) has changed the way we use technology today. It used to be impossible to squeeze transistors into such a small size, due to their instability at such a high operational voltage. With the discovery of ALD, we can fit almost 10 billion transistors in a single tiny silicon chip, and the technology is being used in most of today’s devices, from smartphones to solar cells.
    Dr Suntola added, “Many scientists believe that we should start from basic research before real world application, but in many cases we should examine our surroundings first and then acknowledge that there is a need for this particular technology.” #scientistsinSG bit.ly/gysstuomosuntola
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