Technical Paper Round-Up: May 24

Computational SRAM; RISC-V virtual prototyping; eFPGA redaction; Image edge detection; Nanosheets; Sensor fusion; Mixed-signal ASIC; Silicon photonics; Memristors; Power electronics, AFM


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


Technical Paper Research Organizations
Towards a Truly Integrated Vector Processing Unit for Memory-bound Applications Based on a Cost-competitive Computational SRAM Design Solution Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA, LIST
Advanced virtual prototyping for cyber-physical systems using RISC-V: implementation, verification and challenges Institute of Computer Science, University of Bremen and Cyber-Physical Systems, DFKI GmbH
ALICE: An Automatic Design Flow for eFPGA Redaction Politecnico di Milano, NYU, University of Calgary, and the University of Utah
Oscillatory Neural Network as Hetero-Associative Memory for Image Edge Detection LIRMM – Laboratoire d’Informatique de Robotique et de Microélectronique de Montpellier
Remarkably High-Performance Nanosheet GeSn Thin-Film Transistor National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University and others
Multi-View Fusion of Sensor Data for Improved Perception and Prediction in Autonomous Driving Uber ATG
An Ultra Low Current Measurement Mixed-Signal ASIC for Radiation Monitoring Using Ionisation Chambers CERN
Microcomb-driven silicon photonic systems Peking University, UCSB, and Peng Cheng Laboratory
Simultaneous emulation of synaptic and intrinsic plasticity using a memristive synapse Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
Review and Evaluation of Power Devices and Semiconductor Materials Based on Si, SiC, and Ga-N Numerous institutions in India
Enhancing sensitivity in atomic force microscopy for planar tip-on-chip probes Eindhoven University of Technology, Lorraine University and DRF/IRAMIS/SPEC-LEPO, Centre CEA de Saclay.

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