Technical Paper Round-Up: June 21

Processing in-memory; flexible microprocessors; graphene nanoribbons; thermal management; BBCube; preventing dendrite penetration; NoC; neuromorphic object localization; Information flow tracking; ultra-low voltage


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

Technical Paper Research Organizations
Benchmarking a New Paradigm: An Experimental Analysis of a Real Processing-in-Memory Architecture ETH Zurich
FlexiCores: low footprint, high yield, field reprogrammable flexible microprocessors University of Illinois and PragmatIC Semiconductor
Graphene nanoribbons initiated from molecularly derived seeds University of Wisconsin-Madison with contributions from Argonne National Laboratory
Neuromorphic object localization using resistive memories and ultrasonic transducers CEA, LETI, Université Grenoble Alpes and others
CellIFT: Leveraging Cells for Scalable and Precise Dynamic Information Flow Tracking in Hardware Designs ETH Zurich and Intel
Design and Simulation of Low-Voltage CMOS Circuits Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil
A Review on Transient Thermal Management of Electronic Devices Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Review of Bumpless Build Cube (BBCube) Using Wafer-on-Wafer (WOW) and Chip-on-Wafer (COW) for Tera-Scale Three-Dimensional Integration (3DI) Tokyo Institute of Technology and others
Xenon Ion Implantation Induced Surface Compressive Stress for Preventing Dendrite Penetration in Solid-State Electrolytes University of Surrey
Deep Reinforcement Learning Enabled Self-Configurable Networks-on-Chip for High-Performance and Energy-Efficient Computing Systems Eastern Illinois University

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