Technical Paper Round-up: May 3

DRAM reliability; FeFET HW encryption; analog edge inferencing with ReRAM; image sensor; 2D magnetic materials; auto edge computing; CNP semi with 3D.


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

Technical Paper Research Organizations
A Case For Transparent Reliability In DRAM Systems ETH Zurich and TU Delft
Analog Edge Inference With ReRAM Applied Materials
HD Map (EdgeMap) Crowdsources Data From Connected Vehicles In Auto Edge Computing University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Xidian University and University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Image Sensor Trained To Classify Optically Projected Images By Reading Out The Few Most Relevant Pixels Institute of Photonics, Vienna University of Technology
Vertically Stacked, Low-Voltage Organic Ternary Logic Circuits Including Nonvolatile Floating-Gate Memory Transistors KAIST and Gachon University
Die-Level Thinning And Integrating Route For Singulated MPW Chips Using Both Silicon Sensors And CMOS Devices Silicon Austria Labs,
Institute for Smart Systems Technologies, University of Edinburgh,
Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt-Silicon Austria Labs
Current Knowledge & Future Development In 2D Magnetic Materials Research Arizona State Univ., U of Michigan, Max Planck Institute, NYU, Columbia Univ and more..
Pyrolyzed Cellulose Nanofiber Paper (CNP) Semiconductor With A 3D Network Structure Osaka University, Univ. Of Tokyo, Kyushu Univ, Okayama Univ
AI-Based Method To Prune The Design Space Of Heterogeneous NoCs Laboratoire d’Informatique de Robotique et de Microélectronique de Montpellier (LIRMM) & CNRS
Parallel Circuit Execution & NISQ Computing LIRMM, University of Montpellier, CNRS
Hardware functional obfuscation with ferroelectric active interconnects (HW Encryption) Penn State, Rochester Institute of Technology, GlobalFoundries Fab1, North Dakota State University
Silicon Verified ASIC Implementation For Saber Purdue University, KU Leuven, and Intel Lab

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