Chiplet Hardware Security Module To Mitigate Security Vulnerabilities In SiP Systems (Univ. of Florida)

A new technical paper titled "Advancing Trustworthiness in System-in-Package: A Novel Root-of-Trust Hardware Security Module for Heterogeneous Integration" was published by researchers at University of Florida (Gainesville). Abstract: "The semiconductor industry has adopted heterogeneous integration (HI), incorporating modular intellectual property (IP) blocks (chiplets) into a unified syst... » read more

U.S. Strategy on Microelectronics Research

The U.S. government released a 61 page report titled "National Strategy on Microelectronics Research" by the Subcommittee On Microelectronics Leadership, Committee on Homeland and National Security of the National Science and Technology Council. The report states four goals guiding the agency's efforts in microelectronics research: "Goal 1. Enable and accelerate research advances for futu... » read more

Predicting Warpage in Different Types of IC Stacks At Early Stage Of Package Design

A new technical paper titled "Warpage Study by Employing an Advanced Simulation Methodology for Assessing Chip Package Interaction Effects" was published by researchers at Siemens EDA, D2S, and Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA, Leti. Abstract: "A physics-based multi-scale simulation methodology that analyses die stress variations generated by package fabrication is employed for warpage study. The ... » read more

Distributed Batteries Within a Heterogeneous 3D IC

A new technical paper titled "On-Chip Batteries as Distributed Energy Sources in Heterogeneous 2.5D/3D Integrated Circuits" was published by researchers at University of Florida (Gainesville) and Brookhaven National Lab. Abstract "Energy efficiency in digital systems faces challenges due to the constraints imposed by small-scale transistors. Moreover, the growing demand for portable consum... » read more

UCIe-3D: SiP Architectures With Advanced 3D Packaging With Shrinking Bump Pitches (Intel)

A technical paper titled “High-performance, power-efficient three-dimensional system-in-package designs with universal chiplet interconnect express” was published by researchers at Intel. Abstract: "Universal chiplet interconnect express (UCIe) is an open industry standard interconnect for a chiplet ecosystem in which chiplets from multiple suppliers can be packaged together. The UCIe 1.0... » read more

Heterogeneous Integration And Electronics Packaging Manufacturing Roadmap (SEMI & UCLA)

A report titled “Manufacturing Roadmap for Heterogeneous Integration and Electronics Packaging (MRHIEP)” was published by researchers at SEMI and the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA)'s Center for Heterogeneous Integration and Performance Scaling (CHIPS), and funded by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). MRHIEP Goals: "The goal of MRHIEP is to develop an o... » read more

Chiplet Heterogeneity And Advanced Scheduling With Pipelining

A technical paper titled “Inter-Layer Scheduling Space Exploration for Multi-model Inference on Heterogeneous Chiplets” was published by researchers at University of California Irvine. Abstract: "To address increasing compute demand from recent multi-model workloads with heavy models like large language models, we propose to deploy heterogeneous chiplet-based multi-chip module (MCM)-based... » read more

Challenges And Innovations Of HW Security And Trust For Chiplet-Based 2.5D and 3D ICs

A technical paper titled “On hardware security and trust for chiplet-based 2.5D and 3D ICs: Challenges and Innovations” was published by researchers at STMicroelectronics Crolles (ST-CROLLES), Département Systèmes et Circuits Intégrés Numériques (DSCIN), Techniques de l'Informatique et de la Microélectronique pour l'Architecture des systèmes intégrés (TIMA), and Laboratoire Systèm... » read more

Design Space Simulator Of Distributed Multi-Chiplet Manycore Architectures For Comm-Intensive Applications

A technical paper titled “Muchisim: A Simulation Framework for Design Exploration of Multi-Chip Manycore Systems” was published by researchers at Princeton University. Abstract: "Current design-space exploration tools cannot accurately evaluate communication-intensive applications whose execution is data-dependent (e.g., graph analytics and sparse linear algebra) on scale-out manycore sys... » read more

Environmentally Sustainable FPGAs (Notre Dame, Univ. of Pittsburgh)

A new technical paper titled "REFRESH FPGAs: Sustainable FPGA Chiplet Architectures" was published by University of Notre Dame and University of Pittsburgh. Abstract "There is a growing call for greater amounts of increasingly agile computational power for edge and cloud infrastructure to serve the computationally complex needs of ubiquitous computing devices. Thus, an important challenge i... » read more

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