Xinfei and Prof. Stan got the Best Paper Award ("Best-Of-SELSE") at the 13th IEEE Workshop on Silicon Errors in Logic–System Effects (SELSE-13) held in Boston in March. They are also invited to present at a special session in the upcoming IEEE Dependable Systems and Networks (DSN) conference in Denver.
Xinfei Guo, Mircea R. Stan, "Deep Healing: Ease the BTI and EM Wearout Crisis by Activating Recovery", Proc. of 13th IEEE Workshop on Silicon Errors in Logic–System Effects (SELSE-13), Boston, MA, March 2017.
ACM Computing Reviews is an ACM monthly journal produced in collaboration with Thinkcloud. Reviewer candidates are evaluated and approved based on many criteria, including educational background and professional experience. Every month, one reviewer is selected as Featured Reviewer among a big reviewer pool based on the quality of the reviews. This month, Xinfei is picked! His featured reviewer's profile is displayed on the site for a one-month period. After that period, it is archived and accessible on the site in our Featured Reviewers area. To access his review profile, please go to http://www.computingreviews.com/browse/browse_reviewers.cfm?reviewer_id=123833.
Mehdi succesfully defended his PhD dissertation on "Modeling of Magnetic Spintronic Devices: From Theory to Applications". Way to go! Dr. Kabir!
Here is the link:
Title: "SoX at the Edge: the Heterogeneous, Highly Integrated IoT Systems of the future"
Abstract: Rumors of Moore's Law demise have been greatly exaggerated! While transistors are not getting simultaneously smaller, faster and lower power every couple of years like for the past several decades, inexorable forces to cram more devices together are still running strong, except that they are now pushing upwards in the third dimension. Heterogeneity, monolithic vs. TSV-based scaling for 3D, and closing the energy loop (cooling and power delivery) will punctuate this talk as it explores the challenges and opportunities that IoT systems of the future face as they move away from planar Systems-on-Chip (SoC) to becoming three dimensional Systems-on-Anything (SoX, e.g. Systems-on-Package, Systems-on-Interposer, etc.).
Theodoric joined as a M.S student, Vaibhav joined hplp as a PhD student, Professors Altun, Cremonini, Gargantini and Riccobene from Europe visited hplp during the summer. Welcome and thanks for visiting us!
Ben will go to Eta Compute, Sergiu and Tom will go to Micron for internships. Congrats and Good luck!
Congratulations to Xinfei for passing his dissertation proposal titled "Towards Wearout-aware and Accelerated Self-Healing Digital Systems"!
Prof. Stan gave a talk "Hierarchical Temporal Memory on Micron's Automata Processor" at The 2nd Workshop on Cognitive Architectures (CogARCH 2016), an event affiliated with ASPLOS 2016, April 2.
Prof. Stan gave an talk titled "Pushing the Frontiers of Supercomputing with Automata Computing" at Supercomputing Frontiers 2016 in Singapore on March 15 -18.
Professor Mircea Stan's keynote address at iNIS on automata computing was featured in The Free Press Journal!
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