Tom Jackson and Vehbi Calayir received the John Bardeen Award at the StarNET SONIC review for their collaborative project with researchers at Stanford: “A Cellular Neural Network using CMOS Neurons and RRAM/PCM Synapses.” The group of Thomas Jackson, Vehbi Calayir, S. Burc Eryilmaz, Joon Sohn, Zizhen Jiang, Clare Chen, Ethan Ahn, under the direction of Professors H.-S. Philip Wong and Larry Pileggi, designed and fabricated a Cellular Neural Network chip in 65nm CMOS with deposition of RRAM at Stanford for integration of artificial synapses.
Archive for month: November, 2014
K. Vaidyanathan, L. Liebmann, A. Strojwas, L. Pileggi, “Sub-20 nm Design Technology Co-Optimization for Standard Cell Logic”, Int’l Conference on Computer-Aided Design, November 2014.
Minhee Jun, Jun Tao, Ying-Chih Wang, Shihui Yin, Rohit Negi, Xin Li, Tamal Mukherjee and Lawrence Pileggi, “Environment-adaptable efficient optimization for programming of reconfigurable radio frequency (RF) receivers”, IEEE Military Communications Conference (MILCOM), 2014.
D.M. Bromberg, E. Sumbul, J-G. Zhu and L. Pileggi, “All-Magnetic MRAM Based on Four Terminal mCell Device”, 13th Joint MMM/Intermag Conference, November 2014.
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