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GIU - Egypt
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National Engineering School of Sfax (ENIS) - Tunisia

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IEEE DTS’22 Plenary Session

Keynote 1

Computation-In-Memory Architectures based on NV devices: Opportunities and Challenges

Plenary Session Summary:

Emerging applications are extremely demanding in terms of storage, computing power and energy efficiency. On the other hand, both today’s computer architectures and device technologies are facing major challenges making them incapable to deliver the required functionalities and features at economical affordable cost. In order for computing systems to continue deliver sustainable benefits for the foreseeable future society, alternative computing architectures and notions have to be explored in the light of emerging new device technologies.
This talk addresses the potential, design, and test of Computation-in-memory architecture based on non-volatile (NV) devices such as ReRAM, PCM and STT-MRAM. First, the talk briefly explains the limitation of both CMOS scaling and today’s computing architectures. Then it classifies the sate-of-the art computer architectures and highlight how the trends is going toward computation-in-memory (CIM) architectures in order to eliminated and/or significantly reduces the limitations of today’s technologies. The concept of CIM based on NV devices is discussed, and logic and arithmetic circuit designs using such devices and how they enable such architectures are covered; data measurements are shown to demonstrate the CIM concept in silicon. The strong dependency of application domains on the selection of appropriate CIM architecture and its building block, as well as the huge potential of CIM (in realizing order of magnitude improvement in terms of computing and energy efficiency) are illustrated based on some case studies. Moreover, the testing of new non-volatile memories enabling CIM as well as testing of CIM are discussed; it will be demonstrated that traditional approach for fault modeling and test development is incapable to deal with realistic defects in emerging CIM devices (e.g., ReRAM and STT-MRAM based), and a new approach called Device Aware Test (DAT) will be covered. Industrial data are presented to show that DAT sensitizes realistic faults as well as new unique defects and faults that can never be caught with the traditional approach. Finally the research directions in different aspects of computation-in-memory are highlighted.

Presenter:
Full name: Prof. Said Hamdioui
Affiliation: TU Delft, Netherlands
Email:
S.Hamdioui@tudelft.nl

Presenter Biography:

Hamdioui (http://ce.et.tudelft.nl/˜hamdioui) is currently Chair Professor on Dependable and Emerging Computer Technologies, Head of the Computer Engineering Laboratory (CE-Lab), and also serving as Head of the Quantum and Computer Engineering department of the Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands. He is also co-founder and CEO of Cognitive-IC, a start-up focusing on hardware dependability solutions. Hamdioui received the MSEE and PhD degrees (both with honors) from TUDelft. Prior to joining TUDelft as a professor, Hamdioui worked at Intel Corporation (Califorina, USA), at Philips Semiconductors R&D (Crolles, France) and at Philips/ NXP Semiconductors (Nijmegen, The Netherlands). His research focuses on two domains: Dependable CMOS nano-computing (including Testability, Reliability, Hardware Security) and emerging technologies and computing paradigms (including memristors for logic and storage, in-memory-computing, neuromorphic computing, etc).

Hamdioui owns two patents, has published one book and contributed to other two, and over 200 conference and journal papers. He has consulted for many worldwide semiconductor companies in the area of hardware dependability. He is strongly involved in the international community as a member of organizing committees (e.g., general chair, program chair, etc) or a member of the technical program committees of the leading conferences. He delivered dozens of keynote speeches, and invited lectures and tutorial at major international forums/conferences/schools and at leading semiconductor companies. Hamdioui is a Senior member of the IEEE, has served on the editorial board of may journals (TVSI, D&T, ACM ETCS, JETTA, etc). He is member of AENEAS/ENIAC Scientific Committee Council (AENEAS =Association for European NanoElectronics Activities). Hamdioui is the recipient of many international/national awards including European Design Automation Association Outstanding Dissertation Award 2003, many Best Paper Awards (e.g., DATE 2020, LATS 2018, FCST 2017, IVLSI 2016, ICCD 2015, etc), the 2015 HiPEAC Technology Transfer Award, Teacher of the Year Award 2017 at the faculty of Electrical Engineering, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands; etc

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Keynote 2

Nanotech-powered Self-Powered Wearable and Flexible Devices

Plenary Session Summary:

Wearable and Implantable technologies will underpin new solutions to human health problems with their considerable capacity in boosting the acquisition, management, and usage of health information. These developed devices need to be highly flexible amenable with the skin and organs with biocompatibility without any intervention to human activities. These attributes can be achieved with the advancement in nanofabrication and materials synthesis. In this context, various simple, cost-effective and turnkey strategies have been developed by fusing textile and polymeric carbon-based nanomaterials to attain both flexible and economic wearable sensors for monitoring bodily conditions using biomarkers found in physiological fluids. As these biomedical applications would lead to accurate and enormous data measured by electronic devices, leading to the advent of artificial intelligence and the internet of things that can be integrated with the human body. To realize self-powered and standalone cyber physical system a combo of miniaturized biofuel cells and bio-supercapacitor has been developed which can harvest as well as store energy. The power generated and energy density of such integrated device were sufficient but can be further increased with surface modifications. Overall, such an approach is capable of covering the complete requirement of the flexible bioelectronic devices in the most economic and time efficient manner.

Presenter:
Full name: Prof. Sanket Goel
Affiliation: MEMS, Microfluidics and Nanoelectronics (MMNE) Lab Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS) Pilani, Hyderabad Campus, Hyderabad, India
Email:
sgoel@hyderabad.bits-pilani.ac.in

Presenter Biography:

Sanket Goel is with the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department at BITS-Pilani, Hyderabad campus since 2015. Earlier, he headed the same department (2017-2020), and R&D department at the University of Petroleum & Energy Studies (UPES) (2011-2015). Sanket did his BSc (H- Physics) from Ramjas College, Delhi University; MSc (Physics) from IIT Delhi; PhD (Electrical and Computer Engineering) from University of Alberta, Canada in 1998, 2000, and 2006 respectively. He has worked with Institute of Plasma Research, Gandhinagar (2000-2001) and DEBEL-DRDO, Bangalore (2006). Sanket did his postdoc at Stanford University (2006-2008) and was a PI with ASTAR, Singapore (2008- 20011). His lab focusses on MEMS, Microfluidics and Nanoelectronics for Energy and Bio Applications, where he has been implementing several Indian and overseas funded projects. Sanket has won several awards, like JSPS Fellowship (2021), BITS Best Faculty Award (2021), Fulbright fellowship (2015), American Electrochemical Society’s Best students paper award (2005) and University of Alberta PhD thesis award (2005). Sanket has >300 publications and 18 patents to his credits, and has delivered >85 invited talks and guided/guiding ~40 PhD students. He is an Associate Editor of IEEE Sensors Journal, IEEE Transactions on NanoBioscience, IEEE Access, Applied Nanoscience, Journal of Nanobiotechnology, Journal of Electrochemical Science and Engineering. He is also a Visiting Associate Professor with UiT, The Arctic University of Norway.