Tom Jackson and Vehbi Calayir receive award at SONIC

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.

Sub-20 nm Design Technology Co-Optimization for Standard Cell Logic

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.

Environment-adaptable efficient optimization for programming of reconfigurable radio frequency (RF) receivers

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.

All-Magnetic MRAM Based on Four Terminal mCell Device

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.