Technical Paper Roundup: Sept. 12

CNNs and HW acceleration; GAAFETs; hardware trust anchors in automotive; stretchable thin film transistors; processor fuzzing; phase transitions; liquid metal circuits; quadruple node upsets; nanosheets and doping with microwaves.


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

Technical Paper Research Organizations
A Machine Learning Approach to Modeling Intrinsic Parameter Fluctuation of Gate-All-Around Si Nanosheet MOSFETs National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University (Taiwan)
Control of the Schottky barrier height in monolayer WS2 FETs using molecular doping NIST, Theiss Research, Naval Research Laboratory, and Nova Research
Analysis and Evaluation of Hardware Trust Anchors in the Automotive Domain Fraunhofer Institute SIT and CARIAD
A Survey on Efficient Convolutional Neural Networks and Hardware Acceleration Soongsil University (Korea)
High density integration of stretchable inorganic thin film transistors with excellent performance and reliability Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI) in Korea
ProcessorFuzz: Guiding Processor Fuzzing using Control and Status Registers Boston University and University of Washington
X-ray nanodiffraction imaging reveals distinct nanoscopic dynamics of an ultrafast phase transition Argonne National Lab, UCSD, and the University of Wisconsin–Madison
Scalable Manufacturing of Liquid Metal Circuits Carnegie Mellon University
Cost-Optimized and Robust Latch Hardened against Quadruple Node Upsets for Nanoscale CMOS Anhui University, Hefei University of Technology, Anhui Polytechnic University, Kyushu Institute of Technology, and the University of Montpellier/CNRS
Efficient and stable activation by microwave annealing of nanosheet silicon doped with phosphorus above its solubility limit National Taiwan University, Cornell University, TSMC, University of Valladolid, DSG Technologies, National Central University and National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University

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