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Academic Research Paper Round-Up: April 13

Latest papers include hybrid power-gating architecture, RRAM devices models, improved FMEA, quantum machine learning, enhanced nonlinear optics, harvesting energy after sundown, direct chemisorption-assisted nanotransfer printing & more.

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The volume of research into advanced semiconductors is rising and widening. The latest batch includes hybrid power-gating architecture, RRAM devices models, improved FMEA, quantum machine learning, enhanced nonlinear optics, harvesting energy after sundown, direct chemisorption-assisted nanotransfer printing, and more.

Topping the list of researchers this week are ETH Zurich, Stanford University, TU Dresden, George Washington University, NIST, Graz University of Technology, Georgia Tech, Harvard University, Pacific Northwest National Lab, among others.

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Technical Paper Research Organizations
DarkGates: A Hybrid Power-Gating Architecture To Mitigate The Performance Impact Of Dark-Silicon In High Performance Processors ETH Zurich & others
Quantum Machine Learning: Security Threats & Lines Of Defense Penn State
Photovoltaic Cell Harvests Energy After Sun Goes Down Stanford University with DOE funding
Improved Graphene-Base Heterojunction Transistor With Different Collector Semiconductors For High-Frequency Applications TU Dresden & others
Data-Driven RRAM Device Models Using Kriging Interpolation The George Washington University and NIST with support from DARPA and others
Improving the Consistency of the Failure Mode Effect Analysis (FMEA) Documents in Semiconductor Manufacturing Graz University of Technology & others.
Direct Chemisorption-Assisted Nanotransfer Printing With Wafer-Scale Uniformity And Controllability Nanyang Technological University, Korea Institute of Machinery & Materials, and Southwest Jiaotong University.
Antiferroelectric Negative Capacitance From A Structural Phase Transition In Zirconia Georgia Tech, Berkeley, MIT and others (24 person research team)
Electrically Pumped Laser Transmitter Integrated On Thin-Film Lithium Niobate Harvard, in collaboration w/Freedom Photonics, HyperLight. Funding from DARPA & Air Force Office of Scientific Research
Graphene Oxide 2D Films Integrated With Nanowires And Ring Resonators For Enhanced Nonlinear Optics Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia
A Freeze-Thaw Molten Salt Battery For Seasonal Storage Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Memristive Synaptic Device Based On A Natural Organic Material—Honey For Spiking Neural Network In Biodegradable Neuromorphic Systems Washington State University, supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation.

 

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