Technical Paper Round-Up: March 15


Research is expanding across a variety of semiconductor-related topics, from security to flexible substrates and chiplets. Unlike in the past, when work was confined to some of the largest universities, that research work is now being spread across a much broader spectrum of schools on a global basic, including joint research involving schools whose names rarely appeared together.

Among the new papers in Semiconductor Engineering’s Technical Paper library:

Technical Paper Research Organizations
Benchmarking Memory-Centric Computing Systems: Analysis Of Real Processing-In-Memory Hardware ETH Zurich and VU Amsterdam
Advances In Logic Locking: Past, Present, And Prospects Florida Institute For Cybersecurity Research (FICS)
Zero-Bias Power-Detector Circuits Based On MoS2 Field-Effect Transistors On Wafer-Scale Flexible Substrates RWTH Aachen University, AMO GmbH, AIXTRON SE, and EPFL
A Low-Power BLS12-381 Pairing Cryptoprocessor For Internet-Of-Things Security Applications MIT
Pinpointing The Dominant Component Of Contact Resistance To Atomically Thin Semiconductors Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Stanford
Mapping Transformation Enabled High-Performance And Low-Energy Memristor-Based DNNs North Dakota State Univ., Northeastern Univ., Univ. Of Connecticut; Univ. of S Alabama
Designing a 2048-Chiplet, 14336-Core Waferscale Processor UCLA & University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
QubiC: An Open-Source FPGA-Based Control And Measurement System For Superconducting Quantum Information Processors Lawrence Berkeley National Lab (Berkeley)
The Migration Of Engine ECU Software From Single-Core To Multi-Core Sungkyunkwan University
Quantifying Rowhammer Vulnerability For DRAM Security University of Florida & Washington University St Louis

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