A Precision-Optimized Fixed-Point Near-Memory Digital Processing Unit for Analog IMC (IBM and ETH Zurich)


A technical paper titled “A Precision-Optimized Fixed-Point Near-Memory Digital Processing Unit for Analog In-Memory Computing” was published by researchers at IBM Research Europe and IIS-ETH Zurich. Abstract: "Analog In-Memory Computing (AIMC) is an emerging technology for fast and energy-efficient Deep Learning (DL) inference. However, a certain amount of digital post-processing is requ... » read more

White-Box Fuzzer With Static Analysis To Detect And Locate Timing Vulnerabilities In RISC-V Processors 


A technical paper titled “WhisperFuzz: White-Box Fuzzing for Detecting and Locating Timing Vulnerabilities in Processors” was published by researchers at Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Texas A&M University, and Technische Universität Darmstadt. Abstract: "Timing vulnerabilities in processors have emerged as a potent threat. As processors are the foundation of any computing s... » read more

Ultra-Low Power CiM Design For Practical Edge Scenarios


A technical paper titled “Low Power and Temperature-Resilient Compute-In-Memory Based on Subthreshold-FeFET” was published by researchers at Zhejiang University, University of Notre Dame, Technical University of Munich, Munich Institute of Robotics and Machine Intelligence, and the Laboratory of Collaborative Sensing and Autonomous Unmanned Systems of Zhejiang Province. Abstract: "Compute... » read more

FPGA-Based HW/SW Platform For Pre-Silicon Emulation Of RISC-V Designs (Barcelona Supercomputing Center)


A technical paper titled “Makinote: An FPGA-Based HW/SW Platform for Pre-Silicon Emulation of RISC-V Designs” was published by researchers at Barcelona Supercomputing Center and Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. Abstract: "Emulating chip functionality before silicon production is crucial, especially with the increasing prevalence of RISC-V-based designs. FPGAs are promising candidate... » read more

New Metasurface Architecture To Deliver Ultrafast Information Processing And Versatile Terahertz Sources


A technical paper titled “Light-driven nanoscale vectorial currents” was published by researchers at Los Alamos National Laboratory, Menlo Systems, University of California Davis, Columbia University, Sandia National Laboratories, and Intellectual Ventures. Abstract: "Controlled charge flows are fundamental to many areas of science and technology, serving as carriers of energy and informa... » read more

SW/HW Codesign For CXL Memory Disaggregation In Billion-Scale Nearest Neighbor Search (KAIST)


A technical paper titled “Bridging Software-Hardware for CXL Memory Disaggregation in Billion-Scale Nearest Neighbor Search” was published by researchers at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) and Panmnesia. Abstract: "We propose CXL-ANNS, a software-hardware collaborative approach to enable scalable approximate nearest neighbor search (ANNS) services. To this e... » read more

Modeling And Analyzing Open-Source SoCs For Low-Power Cyber-Physical Systems


A technical paper titled “TOP: Towards Open & Predictable Heterogeneous SoCs” was published by researchers at University of Bologna, ETH Zurich, and University of California San Diego. Abstract: "Ensuring predictability in modern real-time Systems-on-Chip (SoCs) is an increasingly critical concern for many application domains such as automotive, robotics, and industrial automation. An... » read more

Evaluation of Cache Replacement Policies Using Various Typical Simulation Approaches


A technical paper titled “Improving the Representativeness of Simulation Intervals for the Cache Memory System” was published by researchers at Complutense University of Madrid, imec, and KU Leuven. Abstract: "Accurate simulation techniques are indispensable to efficiently propose new memory or architectural organizations. As implementing new hardware concepts in real systems is often not... » read more

Generating And Evaluating HW Verification Assertions From Design Specifications Via Multi-LLMs


A technical paper titled “AssertLLM: Generating and Evaluating Hardware Verification Assertions from Design Specifications via Multi-LLMs” was published by researchers at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Abstract: "Assertion-based verification (ABV) is a critical method for ensuring design circuits comply with their architectural specifications, which are typically describe... » read more

LLM Inference on GPUs (Intel)


A technical paper titled “Efficient LLM inference solution on Intel GPU” was published by researchers at Intel Corporation. Abstract: "Transformer based Large Language Models (LLMs) have been widely used in many fields, and the efficiency of LLM inference becomes hot topic in real applications. However, LLMs are usually complicatedly designed in model structure with massive operations and... » read more

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