Neil Gershenfeld's Bibliography

“How To Make (almost) Anything”

Neil Gershenfeld, MIT Center for Bits & Atoms

October 14, 2014 - 7 p.m.


  • Gershenfeld, N. (2005). Fab: The Coming Revolution On Your Desktop – from Personal Computers To Personal Fabrication. New York, NY. Basic Books.
  • Gershenfeld, N. (2000). The Physics of Information Technology. New York, NY. Cambridge University Press.
  • Gershenfeld, N. (1999). When Things Start to Think. New York, NY. Henry Holt and Company.
  • Gershenfeld, N. (1999). The Nature of Mathematical Modeling. New York, NY. Cambridge University Press.
  • Gershenfeld, N. & Weigendand, A. (1993). Time Series Prediction: Forecasting the Future and Understanding the Past. Santa Fe, NM. Santa Fe Institute Studies in the Sciences of Complexity.
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  • Gershenfeld, N. & Vasseur, J. P. (2014). As Objects Go Online: The Promise (and Pitfalls) of the Internet of Things. Foreign Affairs (93), pp. 60-67.
  • Gershenfeld, N. (2012). How to Make Almost Anything: The Digital Fabrication Revolution. Foreign Affairs (91), pp. 43-57.
  • Gershenfeld, N. (2011) Physics of the Future: How Science Will Shape Human Destiny and Our Daily Lives by the Year 2100. Physics Today (64), p. 56.
  • Gershenfeld, N., Popescu, G. A. & Mahale, T. (2006) Digital Materials for Digital Printing. International Conference on Digital Fabrication Technologies.
  • Gershenfeld, N., Krikorian, R., & Cohen, D. (2004) The Internet of Things. Scientific American (291), pp. 76−81.
  • Gershenfeld, N. & Fletcher, R. (2000) Remotely Interrogated Temperature Sensors based on Magnetic Materials. IEEE Transactions on Magnetics (36), pp. 2794−2795.
  • Gershenfeld, N. (2000) Everything, the Universe, and Life, IBM Systems Journal (39), pp. 932−934.
  • Gershenfeld, N., Fletcher, R., & Levitan, J.A., (1997) Application of Smart Materials to Wireless ID Tags and Remote Sensors, Materials Research Society, pp. 557−62.