Class / Patent application number | Description | Number of patent applications / Date published |

716100000 |
INTEGRATED CIRCUIT DESIGN PROCESSING
| 2417 |

716001000 |
CIRCUIT DESIGN
| 1574 |

716050000 |
DESIGN OF SEMICONDUCTOR MASK OR RETICLE
| 701 |

716019000 |
DESIGN OF SEMICONDUCTOR MASK
| 214 |

716030000 |
NANOTECHNOLOGY RELATED INTEGRATED CIRCUIT DESIGN | 3 |

20120117518 | DESIGNING SYNTHETIC BIOLOGICAL CIRCUITS USING OPTIMALITY AND NONEQUILIBRIUM THERMODYNAMICS - In general, the invention relates to a method for designing a biological circuit. The method includes obtaining a target circuit objective for the biological circuit, determining an objective function corresponding to the target circuit objective, obtaining a number of nodes for the biological circuit, obtaining a set of possible circuit subgraphs using the number of nodes, obtaining a specific dissipation energy (SDE) for each one of the set of possible circuit subgraphs by optimizing the objective function, selecting at least one circuit subgraph from the set of possible circuit subgraphs with the lowest SDE, and designing the biological circuit using the at least one selected one circuit subgraph. | 05-10-2012 |

20120180004 | Circuit Design Methods for Quantum Separator (QS) and Systems to Use Its Output - The underlying dynamics (∂ | 07-12-2012 |

20110138341 | Semiconductor Material Doping - A solution for designing and/or fabricating a structure including a quantum well and an adjacent barrier is provided. A target band discontinuity between the quantum well and the adjacent barrier is selected to coincide with an activation energy of a dopant for the quantum well and/or barrier. For example, a target valence band discontinuity can be selected such that a dopant energy level of a dopant in the adjacent barrier coincides with a valence energy band edge for the quantum well and/or a ground state energy for free carriers in a valence energy band for the quantum well. The quantum well and the adjacent barrier can be formed such that the actual band discontinuity corresponds to the target band discontinuity. | 06-09-2011 |