Data management of nanometre-scale CMOS device simulations
AuthorDavenhall, Clive; Harbulot, Brubo; JONES, MICHAEL; Stewart, Gordon; SINNOTT, RICHARD; Asenov, Asen; Millar, Campbell; Roy, Gareth; REID, DAVID
Source Title5th International Digital Curation Conference
PublisherDigital Curation Centre
University of Melbourne Author/sSinnott, Richard
AffiliationComputing and Information Systems
Document TypeConference Paper
CitationsDavenhall, C., Harbulot, B., Jones, M., Stewart, G., Sinnott, R., Asenov, A., et al. (2009). Data management of nanometre-scale CMOS device simulations. In 5th International Digital Curation Conference, London.
Access StatusOpen Access
Licensed under Creative Commons. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/
In this paper we discuss the problems arising in managing and curating the data generated by simulations of nanometre scale CMOS (Complementary Metal–Oxide Semiconductor) transistors, circuits and systems and describe the software and operational techniques we have adopted to address them. Such simulations pose a number of challenges including, inter alia, multi-TByte data volumes, complex datasets with complex inter-relations between datasets, multi-institutional collaborations including multiple specialisms and a mixture of academic and industrial partners, and demanding security requirements driven by commercial imperatives. This work was undertaken as part of the NanoCMOS project. However, the problems, solutions and experience seem likely to be of wider relevance, both within the CMOS design community and more generally in other disciplines.
Keywordsscience; mathematics; computers; computer science
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