Technical Paper Round-up: May 17

Heterogenous computing; In-memory computing architecture; Side channel; Circuit knitting; GaN; Selective deposition; mmWave; PQA; Lab on the skin


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

Technical Paper Research Organizations
HEROv2: Full-Stack Open-Source Research Platform for Heterogeneous Computing ETH Zurich
In-Memory Computing Architecture for a Convolutional Neural Network Based on Spin Orbit Torque MRAM National Taiwan University, Feng Chia University, Chung Yuan Christian University
PQC-SEP: Power Side-Channel Evaluation Platform for Post-Quantum Cryptography Algorithms FICS Research Institute, University of Florida
An integrated wearable microneedle array for the continuous monitoring of multiple biomarkers in interstitial fluid UCSD Center For Wearable Sensors
Spatial Dependency Analysis to Extract Information from Side-Channel Mixtures LIRMM and eShard
H2H: Heterogeneous Model to Heterogeneous System Mapping with Computation and Communication Awareness University of Pittsburgh, Georgia Tech

Circuit knitting with classical communication ETH Zurich and IBM Quantum
Laser slice thinning of GaN-on-GaN high electron mobility transistors Nagoya University, Hamamatsu Photonics, and National Institute for Materials Science, Tsukuba
Plasma-based area selective deposition for extreme ultraviolet resist defectivity reduction and process window improvement TEL Technology Center, Americas and IBM Research
Methodology for Measuring the Frequency Dependence of Multipath Channels Across the Millimeter-Wave Spectrum NIST
RSCV: Reversible Select, cross and variation architecture in quantum-dot cellular automata Institute of Engineering and Management, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology, (Kolkata, India)
An Ultra-Thin Flexible Loudspeaker Based on a Piezoelectric Micro-Dome Array MIT
A double-layered liquid metal-based electrochemical sensing system on fabric as a wearable detector for glucose in sweat Beihang University (Beijing), Zhejiang University, and Tsinghua University

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