Edge with RISC-V and HW accelerators; RL-guided routing; memory mapping using DL; cross-shape reconfigurable FET; memory disaggregation; EV charging security issues; PCM for analog in-memory computing; non-traditional design of dynamic logic using FDSOI; semiconductor optical amplifiers in data centers.
New technical papers recently added to Semiconductor Engineering’s library:
|Technical Paper||Research Organizations|
|EigenEdge: Real-Time Software Execution at the Edge with RISC-V and Hardware Accelerators||Columbia University|
|Reinforcement Learning Guided Detailed Routing for Custom Circuits||UT Austin, Princeton University, and NVIDIA|
|Optimizing Memory Mapping Using Deep Reinforcement Learning||Google DeepMind and Google|
|Cross-Shape Reconfigurable Field Effect Transistor for Flexible Signal Routing||NaMLab gGmbH, École Centrale de Lyon, and TU Dresden|
|Memory Disaggregation: Advances and Open Challenges||University of Michigan|
|ChargeX: Exploring State Switching Attack on Electric Vehicle Charging Systems||Michigan State University, Washington University in St. Louis, and Texas A&M University|
|Optimization of Projected Phase Change Memory for Analog In-Memory Computing Inference||IBM Research|
|Non-Traditional Design of Dynamic Logics using FDSOI for Ultra-Efficient Computing||University of Stuttgart, UC Berkeley, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, and TU Munich|
|Integrated SOAs enable energy-efficient intra-data center coherent links||UC Santa Barbara|
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