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Side-Channel Attacks Via Cache On the RISC-V Processor Configuration


A technical paper titled "A cross-process Spectre attack via cache on RISC-V processor with trusted execution environment" was published by researchers at University of Electro-Communication, Academy of Cryptography Techniques, Technology Research Association of Secure IoT Edge Application based on RISC-V Open Architecture (TRASIO), and AIST. "This work proposed a cross-process exploitation ... » read more

Heterogeneous Multi-Core HW Architectures With Fine-Grained Scheduling of Layer-Fused DNNs


A technical paper titled "Towards Heterogeneous Multi-core Accelerators Exploiting Fine-grained Scheduling of Layer-Fused Deep Neural Networks" was published by researchers at KU Leuven and TU Munich. Abstract "To keep up with the ever-growing performance demand of neural networks, specialized hardware (HW) accelerators are shifting towards multi-core and chiplet architectures. So far, thes... » read more

Automotive E/E Architectures with Safety Related Availability (SaRa) Requirements For Highly Autonomous Driving


A technical paper titled "Multi-objective optimization for safety-related available E/E architectures scoping highly automated driving vehicles" was written by researchers at Robert Bosch GmBbH and University of Luxembourg. Abstract: "Megatrends such as Highly Automated Driving (HAD) (SAE ≥ Level-3), electrification, and connectivity are reshaping the automotive industry. Together with th... » read more

Efficiently Process Large RM Datasets In Underlying Memory Pool, Disaggregated Over CXL (KAIST)


A technical paper titled "Failure Tolerant Training with Persistent Memory Disaggregation over CXL" was published (preprint) by researchers at KAIST and Panmnesia. "TRAININGCXL can efficiently process large-scale recommendation datasets in the pool of disaggregated memory while making training fault tolerant with low overhead," states the paper. Find the technical paper here. or here (IEE... » read more

Manycore-FPGA Architecture Employing Novel Duet Adapters To Integrate eFPGAs in a Scalable, Non-Intrusive, Cache-Coherent Manner (Princeton)


A technical paper titled "Duet: Creating Harmony between Processors and Embedded FPGAs" was written by researchers at Princeton University. Abstract "The demise of Moore's Law has led to the rise of hardware acceleration. However, the focus on accelerating stable algorithms in their entirety neglects the abundant fine-grained acceleration opportunities available in broader domains and squan... » read more

Quantum Computing Architecture Enabling Communication Between Superconducting Quantum Processors (MIT)


A technical paper titled "On-demand directional microwave photon emission using waveguide quantum electrodynamics" was published by researchers at MIT. “Quantum interconnects are a crucial step toward modular implementations of larger-scale machines built from smaller individual components,” says Bharath Kannan PhD ’22, co-lead author of a research paper describing this technique, in a... » read more

Arbitrary Precision DNN Accelerator Controlled by a RISC-V CPU (Ecole Polytechnique Montreal, IBM, Mila, CMC)


A new technical paper titled "BARVINN: Arbitrary Precision DNN Accelerator Controlled by a RISC-V CPU" was written by researchers at Ecole Polytechnique Montreal, IBM, Mila and CMC Microsystems. It was accepted for publication in the 2023, 28th Asia and South Pacific Design Automation Conference (ASP-DAC 2023) in Japan. Abstract: "We present a DNN accelerator that allows inference at arbitr... » read more

FPGA-Based Prototyping Framework For Processing In DRAM (ETH Zurich & TOBB Univ.)


A technical paper titled "PiDRAM: A Holistic End-to-end FPGA-based Framework for Processing-in-DRAM" was published by researchers at ETH Zurich and TOBB University of Economics and Technology. Abstract "Processing-using-memory (PuM) techniques leverage the analog operation of memory cells to perform computation. Several recent works have demonstrated PuM techniques in off-the-shelf DRAM dev... » read more

Graphene-Based Electronics (Georgia Tech)


A technical paper titled "An epitaxial graphene platform for zero-energy edge state nanoelectronics" was published by researchers at Georgia Tech, Tianjin University, CNRS, Synchrotron SOLEIL, National High Magnetic Field Laboratory and others. “Graphene’s power lies in its flat, two-dimensional structure that is held together by the strongest chemical bonds known,” said Walter de Heer... » read more

MTJ-based Circuits Provide Low-Cost, Energy Efficient Solution For Future Hardware Implementation in SC Algorithms


A review paper titled "Review of Magnetic Tunnel Junctions for Stochastic Computing" was published by researchers at University of Minnesota Twin Cities. Funding agencies include Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC), CAPSL, NIST, DARPA and others. Abstract: "Modern computing schemes require large circuit areas and large energy consumption for neuromorphic computing applications, such as... » read more

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