Chip Industry Technical Paper Roundup: Feb. 19

Pre-silicon emulation of RISC-V designs; HW security bugs in OpenTitan; direct write and rewrite of photonic chips; nanoscale vectorial currents; metal films on 2-D materials; simulation of a kicked Ising quantum system; CXL memory disaggregation in nearest neighbor search; transforming materials into conductors for quantum computers.


New technical papers added to Semiconductor Engineering’s library this week.

Technical Paper Research Organizations
Makinote: An FPGA-Based HW/SW Platform for Pre-Silicon Emulation of RISC-V Designs Barcelona Supercomputing Center and Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
An Investigation of Hardware Security Bug Characteristics in Open-Source Projects NYU Tandon School of Engineering and University of Calgary
Freeform direct-write and rewritable photonic integrated circuits in phase-change thin films University of Washington, University of Maryland, and Tianjin University
Light-driven nanoscale vectorial currents Los Alamos National Laboratory, Menlo Systems, University of California Davis, Columbia University, Sandia National Laboratories, and Intellectual Ventures
Metal Films on Two-Dimensional Materials: van der Waals Contacts and Raman Enhancement University of Cambridge
Efficient Tensor Network Simulation of IBM’s Eagle Kicked Ising Experiment Flatiron Institute and New York University
Bridging Software-Hardware for CXL Memory Disaggregation in Billion-Scale Nearest Neighbor Search KAIST and Panmnesia
Controllable strain-driven topological phase transition and dominant surface-state transport in HfTe5 University of California Irvine, Los Alamos National Laboratory, and University of Tennessee

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