Pandey, Jereminov, Hug and Pileggi receive 2017 PES Prize Paper Award

Carnegie Mellon University team recognized with a Prize Paper Award at the Power and Energy Society (PES) General Meeting in Chicago IL, July 17, 2017. Their paper was titled: Improving Power Flow Robustness via Circuit Simulation Methods. 

2017 PES award

Improving Power Flow Robustness via Circuit Simulation Methods

A. Pandey, M. Jereminov, G. Hug, and L. Pileggi, “Improving Power Flow Robustness via Circuit Simulation Methods”, IEEE PES General Meeting, (Prize Paper Award), July 2017.

Strained MTJs with Latch-based Sensing for Stochastic Computing

S. Bhuin, A. Biswas, L.Pileggi, “Strained MTJs with Latch-based Sensing for Stochastic Computing”, IEEE International Conference on Nanotechnology, July 2017.

A Self-Calibrating Sense Amplifier for A True Random Number Generator Using Hybrid FinFET-Straintronic MTJ

S. Bhuin, J. Sweeney, S. Pagliarini, A. K. Biswas, L. Pileggi, “A Self-Calibrating Sense Amplifier for A True Random Number Generator Using Hybrid FinFET-Straintronic MTJ”, IEEE International Symposium on Nanoscale Architectures (NANOARCH), July 2017.