50 Years of Moore's Law

Fifty years ago, in 1968, IEEE Device Research Conference was held at the University of Colorado Boulder. At that conference, Gordon Moore, Andy Grove and Robert Noyce founded the Intel Corporation.

Gordon Moore is famous for his observation that the number of transistors in an integrated circuit doubles every two years. This observation became known as Moore’s Law.

Come to the Gemmill Engineering, Math & Physics Library to see our exhibit detailing important events in the creation of the modern computer, Silicon Valley, as well as selections from our collection about the history of the computer, Silicon Valley, and the future of microprocessor design.

Wednesday, May 23

Engineering, Math & Physics Library, 135
2300 Colorado Avenue, Boulder, CO 80309

Event Type

Exhibit

Interests

Science & Technology

Audience

Students, Faculty, Alumni, General Public, Staff

College, School & Unit

University Libraries

Tags

library, engineering, Computer Science, exhibits

Group
University Libraries
Hashtag

#50YearsMooresLaw

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