Technical Paper Round-Up: June 8

Memristors; 2D material analog resistive memory array; fermi-level tuning; CAN fuzzing; spintronics; DVFS; novel VDW materials; key generation; Biped robot; high throughput imaging; dopamine sensing



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

Technical Paper Research Organizations
Differentiable Content Addressable Memory with Memristors Hewlett Packard Labs and University of Hong Kong

Wafer-scale solution-processed 2D material analog resistive memory array for memory-based computing National University of Singapore and Institute of High Performance Computing, Singapore
Improving stability in two-dimensional transistors with amorphous gate oxides by Fermi-level tuning TU Wien, AMO GmbH, University of Wuppertal, and RWTH Aachen University
Efficient ECU Analysis Technology Through Structure-Aware CAN Fuzzing Soongsil University, Korea University, and Hansung University with funding from the Korean government
Noise resilient leaky integrate-and-fire neurons based on multi-domain spintronic devices Purdue University
CPU-GPU-Memory DVFS for Power-Efficient MPSoC in Mobile Cyber Physical Systems University of Essex, Nosh Technologies, and University of Southampton
A First-Principles Study on the Electronic,Thermodynamic and Dielectric Properties of Monolayer Ca(OH)2 and Mg(OH)2 University of Texas at Dallas. With funding support from National Science Foundation and U.S. Department of Defense, Defense Threat Reduction Agency
pHGen: A pH-Based Key Generation Mechanism Using ISFETs RWTH Aachen University
Efficient and Accurate CORDIC Pipelined Architecture Chip Design Based on Binomial Approximation for Biped Robot Chung Yuan Christian University (Taiwan) and Ateneo de Manila University (Philippines)
Toward realization of high-throughput hyperspectral imaging technique for semiconductor device metrology Samsung Electronics Co
Multisite Dopamine Sensing With Femtomolar Resolution Using a CMOS Enabled Aptasensor Chip TU Dresden, Riken Quantitative Biological Center, Imperial College London, NaMLab gGmbH, ETH Zürich, MaxWell Biosystems AG, TU Wien, and Institute of Radiopharmaceutical Cancer Research

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