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Application-Specific Cross-Layer Optimization Based on Predictive Variable-Latency VLSI Design

Traditional synchronous VLSI design requires that all computations in a logic stage complete in one... (more)


With the increase in process variations and diversity in workloads, it is imperative to holistically explore optimization techniques for power and temperature from the circuit layer right up to the compiler/operating system (OS) layer. This article proposes one such holistic technique, called proactive workload aware temperature management... (more)

Spike-Time-Dependent Encoding for Neuromorphic Processors

This article presents our research towards developing novel and fundamental methodologies for data representation using spike-timing-dependent... (more)

A Cross-Layer Approach to Measure the Robustness of Integrated Circuits

The demands on system robustness and its immunity against perturbations are getting increasingly important. Nearly everybody has an intuitive... (more)

A Cross-Layer Approach for Early-Stage Power Grid Design and Optimization

Power integrity has become increasingly important for sub-32nm designs. Many prior works have discussed power grid design and optimization in the... (more)


3D integrated circuits (3D ICs) using through-silicon vias (TSVs) allow to envision the stacking of dies with different functions and technologies, using as an interconnect backbone a 3D network-on-chip (NoC). However, partial vertical connection in 3D NoCs seems unavoidable because of the large overhead of TSV itself (e.g., large footprint, low... (more)

Modeling DVFS and Power-Gating Actuators for Cycle-Accurate NoC-Based Simulators

Networks-on-chip (NoCs) are a widely recognized viable interconnection paradigm to support the multi-core revolution. One of the major design issues... (more)


FinFET has begun replacing CMOS at the 22nm technology node and beyond. Compared to planar CMOS, FinFET has a higher on-current and lower leakage due to its double-gate structure. A FinFET-based system simulation framework can be very helpful to system architects for early-stage design-space exploration using this new technology. However, such a... (more)

An MINLP Model for Scheduling and Placement of Quantum Circuits with a Heuristic Solution Approach

Recent works on quantum physical design have pushed the scheduling and placement of quantum circuit... (more)


Call for Nominations, JETC Editor-in-Chief

Nominations are sought for the next Editor-in-Chief for ACM JETC. Nominations, including self nominations, are invited for a three-year term as JETC EiC, beginning on December 1, 2015. The EiC appointment may be renewed at most one time. This is an entirely voluntary position, but ACM will provide appropriate administrative support. Candidates for the position should be well-established researchers in areas related to core mission of the journal, and should have significant prior experience serving on conference program committees and journal editorial boards. ... read more

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The Journal of Emerging Technologies in Computing Systems invites submissions of original technical papers describing research and development in emerging technologies in computing systems. Major economic and technical challenges are expected to impede the continued scaling of semiconductor devices. This has resulted in the search for alternate mechanical, biological/biochemical, nanoscale electronic, asynchronous and quantum computing and sensor technologies. 

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Forthcoming Articles

PROTON+: A Placement and Routing Tool for 3D Optical Networks-on-Chip with a Single Optical Layer

A Novel Approach to Optimize Fault-Tolerant Hybrid Wireless Network-on-Chip Architectures

Wireless Network-on-chip (WNoC) architectures have emerged as a promising interconnection infrastructure to address the performance limitations of traditional wire-based multi-hop NOCs. Nevertheless, WNoC systems encounter high failure rates due to problems pertaining to integration and manufacturing of wireless interconnection in Nano-domain technology. As a result, the permanent failures may lead to formation any shape of faulty regions in the interconnection network that it can break down the whole design. This issue is not investigated in the previous studies on WNoC architectures. Our solution advocates adoption of communication structures with both node and link disjoint paths. On the other hand, the imposed costs of WNoC design must be reasonable and also wireless interconnections are faced with technological limitations. Hence, we present a novel approach to design an optimized fault-tolerant hybrid hierarchical WNoC architecture for enhancing the performance as well as minimizing the system costs. Our experimental results demonstrate the significant robustness of the proposed design in comparison to fault-tolerant wire-based counterpart in the presence of various faulty regions under both synthetic and application-specific traffic patterns.

Emerging Technology based Design of Primitives for Hardware Security

Hardware security concerns such as IP piracy and hardware Trojans have triggered research into circuit protection and malicious logic detection from various design perspectives. In this paper, emerging technologies are investigated by leveraging their unique properties for applications in the hardware security domain. Five example circuit structures including camouflaging gates, polymorphic gates, current/voltage based circuit protectors and current-based XOR logic are designed to prove the high efficiency of Silicon NanoWire FETs and Graphene SymFET in applications such as circuit protection and IP piracy prevention. Simulation results indicate that highly efficient and secure circuit structures can be achieved via the use of emerging technologies.

STT-MRAM-Based PUF Architecture Exploiting Magnetic Tunnel Junction Fabrication-Induced Variability

Physically Unclonable Functions (PUFs) are emerging cryptographic primitives used to implement low-cost device authentication and secure secret key generation. Weak PUFs (i.e., devices able to generate a single signature or to deal with a limited number of challenges) are widely discussed in literature. One of the most investigated solutions today is based on SRAMs. However, the rapid development of low power, high density, high performance SoCs has pushed the embedded memories to their limits and opened the field to the development of emerging memory technologies. The Spin-Transfer-Torque Magnetic Random Access Memory (STT-MRAM) has emerged as a promising choice for embedded memories due to its reduced read/write latency and high CMOS integration capability. In this paper, we propose an innovative PUF design based on STT-MRAM memory. We exploit the high variability affecting the electrical resistance of the Magnetic Tunnel Junction (MTJ) device in anti-parallel magnetization. We will demonstrate that the proposed solution is robust, unclonable and unpredictable.

Delay/Power Modeling and Optimization of FinFET Circuit Modules under PVT Variations

The semiconductor industry has moved to FinFETs because of their superior ability to mitigate short-channel effects relative to CMOS. Thus, good FinFET delay and power models are urgently needed to facilitate FinFET IC design at the upcoming technology nodes. Another urgent problem that needs to be addressed with continued technology scaling is how to analyze circuit performance and power consumption under process, voltage, and temperature(PVT) variations. They cause performance/power deviations. In this paper, we propose a delay/power modeling framework for analysis of FinFET logic circuits under PVT variations. We present models for FinFET logic gates and three FinFET SRAM cells. We also produce the models for functional units(FUs) employed in a processor. We evaluate the impact of PVT variations primarily at the 14nm technology node, but also give some results at the 22nm technology node (for the sake of evaluating the trend). We evaluate cache performance for various cache capacities and temperatures as well as that of FUs. Our simulation results show that the 3´/¼ spread for 14nm circuits is, on an average, 38.5% higher in dynamic power and 21.4% higher in leakage power relative to 22nm FinFET circuits. However, the delay spread depends on the circuit.

Embedding of Large Boolean Functions for Reversible Logic

Reversible logic represents the basis for many emerging technologies and has recently been intensively studied. However, most of the Boolean functions of practical interest are irreversible and must be embedded into a reversible function before they can be synthesized. Thus far, an optimal embedding is guaranteed only for small functions, whereas a significant overhead results when large functions are considered. In this paper, we study this issue. We prove that determining an optimal embedding is coNP-hard already for restricted cases. Then, we propose heuristic and exact methods for determining both the number of additional lines as well as a corresponding embedding. For the approaches we considered sums of products and binary decision diagrams as function representations. Experimental evaluations show the applicability of the approaches for large functions. Consequently, the reversible embedding of large functions is enabled as a precursor to subsequent synthesis.

Quantum-Logic Synthesis of Hermitian Gates

In this paper, the problem of synthesizing a general Hermitian quantum gate into a set of primary quantum gates is addressed. To this end, an extended version of the Jacobi approach for calculating the eigenvalues of Hermitian matrices in linear algebra is considered as the basis of the proposed synthesis method. The quantum circuit synthesis method derived from the Jacobi idea and its optimization challenges are described. It is shown that the proposed method results in multiple-control rotation gates around the y axis, multiple-control phase shift gates, multiple-control NOT gates and a middle diagonal Hermitian matrix, which can be synthesized to multiple-control Pauli Z gates. Using the proposed approach, it is shown how multiple-control U gates, where U is a single-qubit Hermitian quantum gate, can be implemented using linear number of elementary gates in terms of circuit lines with the aid of one auxiliary qubit in an arbitrary state.

A Fault-based Secret Key Retrieval Method for ECDSA: Analysis and Countermeasure

Elliptic curve cryptosystems proved to be well suited for securing systems with constrained resources like embedded and portable devices. In a fault-based attack, errors are induced during the computation of a cryptographic primitive, and the results are collected to derive information about the secret key safely stored into the device. We introduce a novel attack methodology to recover the secret key employed in implementations of the Elliptic Curve Digital Signature Algorithm. Our attack exploits the information leakage induced when altering the execution of the modular arithmetic operations used in the signature primitive and does not rely on the underlying elliptic curve mathematical structure, thus being applicable to all standardized curves. We provide both a validation of the feasibility of the attack even employing common off-the-shelf hardware to perform the required computations, and a low cost countermeasure to counteract it.

A Survey Of Architectural Techniques for Near-Threshold Computing

Energy efficiency has now become the primary obstacle in scaling the performance of all classes of computing systems. Low-voltage computing and specifically, near-threshold voltage computing (NTC), which involves operating the transistor very close to and yet above its threshold voltage, holds the promise of providing many-fold improvement in energy efficiency. However, use of NTC also presents several challenges such as increased parametric variation, failure rate and performance loss etc. This paper surveys several recent techniques which aim to offset these challenges for fully leveraging the potential of NTC. By classifying these techniques along several dimensions, we also highlight their similarities and differences. It is hoped that this paper will provide insights into state-of-art NTC techniques to researchers and system-designers and inspire further research in this field.

Real-Time Anomaly Detection Framework for Many-Core Router through Machine Learning Techniques

In this paper, we propose a real-time anomaly detection framework for an NoC-based many-core architecture. We assume that, processing cores and memories are safe and anomaly is included through communication medium i.e router. The paper targets three different attacks namely traffic diversion, route looping and core address spoofing attacks. The attacks are detected by using Machine Learning techniques. Comprehensive analysis on machine learning algorithms suggests that, Support Vector Machine (SVM) and k-Nearest Neighbor (k-NN) have better attack detection efficiency. It has been observed that both algorithms have accuracy in the range of 94% to 97%. Additional hardware complexity analysis advocates SVM to be implemented on hardware. To test the framework, we implement condition-based attack insertion module, attacks are performed intra and inter-cluster. The proposed real-time anomaly detection framework is fully placed an routed on Xilinx Virtex-7 FPGA. Post place and route implementation results show that SVM has 2% to 7% area overhead and 2% to 4% power overhead for Sixteen-core and Quad-core, respectively. It is also observed that it takes 18% to 25% of the total execution time to detect anomaly in transferred packet for Sixteen-core and Quad-core, respectively. The proposed framework has 5x to 9x less area overhead and can perform the detection 4x faster than previously published work.

Spintronic PUFs for Security, Trust and Authentication

We propose spintronic PUFs to exploit security-specific properties of Domain Wall Magnets (DWM) for security, trust and authentication. We note that the nonlinear dynamics of DWs in the physical magnetic system is an untapped source of entropy that can be leveraged for hardware security. The spatial and temporal randomness in the physical system is employed in conjunction with microscopic and macroscopic properties such as stochastic DW motion, stochastic pinning/depinning and serial access to realize novel relay-PUF and memory-PUF designs. The proposed PUFs show promising results (~50% inter-die Hamming Distance and 10-20% intra-die Hamming Distance) in terms of randomness, stability and resistance to attacks. We have investigated non-invasive attacks such as machine learning, and magnetic field attack and assessed the PUFs resilience.

A Survey on Chip to System Reverse Engineering

Reverse engineering (RE) of electronic chips and systems can be used for honest and dishonest intentions. To inhibit reverse engineering (RE) for those with dishonest intentions (e.g., piracy and counterfeiting), it is important that the community is aware of the state-of-the-art capabilities available to attackers today. In this paper, we present a survey of reverse engineering and anti-reverse engineering techniques in chip, board, and system levels. We also highlight the current challenges and limitations of anti-RE and the research needed to overcome them. This survey should be of interest to both government and industry whose critical systems and intellectual property (IP) require protection from foreign enemies and counterfeiters who possess advanced RE capabilities.

Logic Circuit Design Using Multi-parameter Asymmetric FinFETs

Recently, multi-gate field-effect transistors have started replacing traditional planar MOSFETs to keep pace with Moores Law in deep submicron technology. For a given mode of operation shorted-gate(SG) or independent-gate(IG), the physical parameters of the FinFET can either be symmetric or asymmetric in nature. In this paper, for the first time, we analyze multi-parameter asymmetric SG FinFETs and illustrate their potential for implementing logic gates and circuits that are both ultra-low-leakage and high-performance simultaneously. We first compare head-to-head all viable single and multi-parameter symmetric/asymmetric SG FinFETs. Amongst all such FinFETs, the traditional SG (which are symmetric in nature), AWSG, and asymmetric workfunction-underlap shorted gate (AWUSG) FinFETs show the most promise. We characterize these devices under process variations in gate length (LG), fin thickness (TSI ), gate-oxide thickness (TOX), gate underlap (LUN), gate-workfunction as well as supply voltage (VDD) variations, followed by a gate-level leakage/delay analysis at different temperatures. Our study reveals that neither AUSG nor ADSG FinFET provides the best combination of lowpower and high-performance designs. We show that logic gates and circuits based on AWUSG FinFETs are faster, yet consume much less leakage power as well as less area than gates/circuits based on the traditional SG FinFETs.

Designing a Million-Qubit Quantum Computer Using Resource Performance Simulator

The optimal design of the fault-tolerant quantum computer finds appropriate balance between the burden of large-scale integration of noisy components and the load of improving the reliability of hardware technology. This balance can be evaluated by quantitatively modeling the execution of quantum logic operations on a realistic quantum hardware containing limited computational resources. In this work, we report a complete performance simulation software tool capable of (1) searching hardware design space described by the resource architecture and technology parameters (2) synthesizing and scheduling fault-tolerant quantum algorithm within the hardware constraints (3) quantifying the performance metrics such as the execution time and the failure probability of the algorithm (4) analyzing the breakdown of these metrics to highlight the performance bottlenecks and visualizing resource utilization to evaluate the adequacy of chosen design. Using this tool we investigate vast design space for implementing key building blocks of Shor's algorithm within a budget of 1.5 million qubits. We show that 2x increase in the baseline budget and 10x decrease in the infidelity of communication channel, deliver quantum computer design to reliably factor 2,048-bit integer in less than five months.


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Igor Markov ACM Distinguished Member (2011)
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Dharmendra Modha ACM Gordon Bell Prize (2009)
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Massoud Pedram ACM Distinguished Member (2008)
Dhiraj Pradhan ACM Fellows (1999)
Steven K Reinhardt ACM Distinguished Member (2010)
John E Savage ACM Fellows (1996)
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Pinaki Mazumder 1
Shengqi Yang 1
Wenping Wang 1
Wei Zhang 1
Krisztián Flautner 1
Takanori Maebashi 1
Christof Teuscher 1
Ali Afzali-Kusha 1
Jie Zhang 1
Nasim Farahini 1
Ahmed Hemani 1
Ashkan Eghbal 1
Bertrand Granado 1
Chung Lam 1
Roger Cheek 1
Charles Rettner 1
Wengfai Wong 1
Chengkok Koh 1
R Williams 1
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Minlun Chuang 1
Harika Manem 1
Thomas Lee 1
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Aravinda Kar 1
Jin He 1
Kevin Chang 1
Xinmin Yu 1
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Nor Haron 1
Said Hamdioui 1
Stijn De Baerdemacker 1
Pragyan Mohanty 1
Vlasia Anagnostopoulou 1
Georgios Varsamopoulos 1
Hengxing Tan 1
Penli Huang 1
Hai Li 1
Yiran Chen 1
M Balakrishnan 1
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Jan Madsen 1
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Roberto Natella 1
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Jie Chen 1
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University of Minnesota System 2
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Commissariat a L'Energie Atomique CEA 2
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Qualcomm Incorporated 2
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Kirtland Air Force Base 2
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Oracle Corporation 2
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University of Alberta 2
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Hefei National Laboratory for Physical Sciences at Microscale 2
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University of Texas at San Antonio 3
Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur 3
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Technical University of Denmark 3
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Royal Institute of Technology 4
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