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Fully Exploiting PCM Write Capacity Within Near Zero Cost Through Segment-Based Page Allocation

Improving the endurance of phase change memory (PCM) is a fundamental issue when PCM technology is... (more)

Reducing System Power Consumption Using Check-Pointing on Nonvolatile Embedded Magnetic Random Access Memories

The most widely used embedded memory technology, static random access memory (SRAM), is heading toward scaling problems in advanced technology nodes... (more)

Rethinking Computer Architectures and Software Systems for Phase-Change Memory

With dramatic growth of data and rapid enhancement of computing powers, data accesses become the bottleneck restricting overall performance of a... (more)

Reversible Synthesis of Symmetric Functions with a Simple Regular Structure and Easy Testability

In this article, we introduce a novel method of synthesizing symmetric Boolean functions with... (more)

Neuromorphic Processors with Memristive Synapses

Due to their nonvolatile nature, excellent scalability, and high density, memristive nanodevices provide a promising solution for low-cost on-chip storage. Integrating memristor-based synaptic crossbars into digital neuromorphic processors (DNPs) may facilitate efficient realization of brain-inspired computing. This article investigates... (more)

Impact of Fin Width Scaling on RF/Analog Performance of Junctionless Accumulation-Mode Bulk FinFET

In this article, the RF and analog performance of junctionless accumulation-mode bulk FinFETs is... (more)

Area Minimization Synthesis for Reconfigurable Single-Electron Transistor Arrays with Fabrication Constraints

Power dissipation has become a pressing issue of concern in the designs of most electronic system as... (more)

Comparative Area and Parasitics Analysis in FinFET and Heterojunction Vertical TFET Standard Cells

Vertical tunnel field-effect transistors (VTFETs) have been extensively explored to overcome the scaling limits and to improve on-current (ION)... (more)

Designing a Million-Qubit Quantum Computer Using a Resource Performance Simulator

The optimal design of a fault-tolerant quantum computer involves finding an appropriate balance between the burden of large-scale integration of noisy... (more)

Quantum-Logic Synthesis of Hermitian Gates

In this article, 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... (more)

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... (more)


New JETC Editor-in-Chief

The Journal of Emerging Technologies in Computing Systems is happy to welcome Prof. Yuan Xie (University of California at Santa Barbara as the incoming Editor in Chief! We are also grateful to Prof. Krish Chakrabarty for serving as Editor in Chief for the last six years, and would like to wish to both all the best in their future!

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About JETC


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

Spintronics: Emerging Ultra-Low Power Circuits and Systems beyond MOS Technology

Alleviate Pin Constraints for Multi-Core Processors Through On/Off-Chip Power Delivery System Design

The number of chip pins is limited due to the cost and reliability issues of sophisticated packages. It is predicted chip pins will be overstretched to satisfy the requirements of power delivery and memory access. The gap will increase as technology scales, due to the increasing computation resources and supply current. Pin reduction techniques are required for continued computing performance growth. In this paper, we propose a chip pin constraint alleviation strategy through on/off-chip power delivery system co-design to effectively reduce the demand for power pins. An analytical model of power delivery system, consisting of on/off-chip regulators and power delivery network, is proposed to evaluate the influence of regulator design and package conduction loss. By combining it with multi-core processor model of performance and memory bandwidth, we characterize the entire system to investigate the chip pin constraint in multi-core processor scaling, and the effectiveness of our strategy. Our strategy achieves a significant pin count reduction, e.g. 31.3% at 8nm technology node. While provided with the same chip pin count, it is able to improve 35.0% chip performance at 8nm, compared to the conventional design. For real applications of different parallelism, our strategy outperforms counterparts with 16.8% performance improvement at 8nm.

A Fault Tolerant Ripple-Carry Adder with Controllable-Polarity Transistors

This paper deals with the effects of faults on circuits implemented with controllable-polarity transistors. We propose a new fault model that suits the characteristics of these devices, and report the results of a SPICE-based analysis of the effects of faults on the behavior of some basic gates implemented with them. Hence, we show that the considered devices are able to intrinsically tolerate a rather high number of faults. We finally exploit this property to build a robust and scalable adder which is shown to tolerate all single faults and more than 99.5% of the double faults. Its area, performance and leakage power characteristics are improved by 15%, 18% and 12%, respectively, when compared to an equivalent FinFET solution at 22-nm technology node.


Spin Transfer Torque MRAMs are attractive due to their non-volatility, high density and zero leakage. However, STT-MRAMs suffer from poor reliability due to shared read and write paths. Additionally, conflicting requirements for data retention and write-ability (both related to the energy barrier height of the magnet) makes design more challenging. In order to address poor reliability of STT-MRAMs, usage of Error Correcting Codes (ECC) have been proposed. Unlike traditional CMOS memory technologies, ECC is expected to correct both soft and hard errors in STT_MRAMs. To achieve acceptable yield with low write power, stronger ECC is required, resulting in increased number of encoded bits and degraded memory efficiency. In this paper, we propose Failure aware ECC (FaECC), which masks permanent faults while maintaining the same correction capability for soft errors without increased encoded bits. Furthermore, we analyze the impact of process variations on the life-time of the free layer and retention failures. Further, we developed a cross-layer simulation framework that consists of device, circuit and array level analysis of STT-MRAM memory arrays. Our results show that using FaECC relaxes the requirements on the energy barrier height, which reduces the write energy and results in smaller access transistor size and memory array area.

A Fine-Grained, Uniform, Energy-Efficient Delay Element for 2-Phase Bundled-Data Circuits

Contemporary digitally controlled delay elements trade off power overheads and delay quantization error. This paper proposes a new programmable delay element that provides a balanced design that yields low power with moderate delay quantization error even under process, voltage, and temperature variations. The element employs and leverages the advantages offered by a 28nm FD-SOI technology, using back body biasing to add an extra dimension to its programmability. To do so, a novel generic delay shift block is proposed, which enables incorporating both fine and coarse delays in a single delay element that can be easily integrated into digital systems, an advantage over hybrid delay elements that rely on analog design.

Monolayer Transistor SRAMs: Towards Low-Power, Denser Memory Systems

Monolayer heterojunction FETs based on vertical transition metal dichalcogenides and planar black phosphorus FETs (BPFETs) have demonstrated excellent subthreshold swing, high ION/IOFF, and high scalability, making them attractive candidates for post-CMOS memory design. This paper explores TMDCFET and BPFET SRAM design by combining atomistic self-consistent device modeling with SRAM circuit design and simulation. We perform detailed evaluations of the TMDCFET/BPFET SRAMs at a single bitcell and at SRAM array level. Our simulations show that at low operating voltages, TMDCFET/BPFET SRAMs exhibit significant advantages in static power, dynamic read/write noise margin, and read/write delay over nominal 16nm CMOS SRAMs at both bitcell and array level implementations.

Optimized standard cells for all-spin logic

All-Spin Logic (ASL) devices provide a promising spintronics-based alternative for Boolean logic implemen- tations in the post-CMOS era. In principle, any logic functionality can be implemented in ASL. In practice, the performance of an ASL gate is significantly affected by layout choices, but such implications have not been adequately explored in the past. This paper proposes a systematic approach for building standard cells in ASL, which are a basic building block in an overall design methodology for implementing large ASL- based circuits. We first propose a new technique to reduce the magnet count for an ASL majority gate but still ensure correct functioning through layout optimization methods. Building upon physics-based analysis, we then build a standard cell library with diverse functionality and characterize the library for delay, en- ergy and area. We perform delay-optimized technology mapping on ISCAS85 benchmark circuits using our library. Our approach results in circuits that are 19.69% faster, consume 17.77% less energy and are 33.56% more area efficient compared to a standard cell library that does not incorporate layout-based optimization techniques of our work.

Energy Neutral Design Framework for Supercapacitor-based Autonomous Wireless Sensor Networks

To design autonomous Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) with a theoretical infinite lifetime, energy harvesting (EH) techniques have been recently considered as promising approaches. In this paper, an efficient energy harvesting system compatible with various environmental sources such as light, heat or wind energy is proposed. Our platform takes advantage of double-level capacitors not only to prolong the system lifetime but also to enable robust booting from the exhausting energy of the system. Simulations and experiments show that our Multiple Energy Sources Converter (MESC) can achieve booting time in order of seconds. Although capacitors have virtual recharge cycles, they suffer from higher leakage compared to rechargeable batteries. Increasing their size can decrease the system Quality of Service (QoS) due to leakage energy. Therefore, an energy neutral design framework providing a methodology to determine the minimum size of the storage devices satisfying Energy Neutral Operation (ENO) and maximizing QoS in EH nodes when using a given energy source is proposed. Experiments validating this framework are performed on a real WSN platform with both photovoltaic cells and thermal generators in an indoor environment. Moreover, simulations on OMNET++ show that the energy storage optimized from our design framework is utilized up to 93.86%.

Towards Human-Scale Brain Computing Using 3D Wafer Scale Integration

System-Level Design to Detect Fault Injection Attacks on Embedded Real-Time Applications

Fault injection attack has become a critical threat in security-critical embedded system for a long time, while existing researches ignore to address the problem from a system-level perspective. This paper presents an approach to the synthesis of secure real-time applications mapped on distributed embedded systems, which focuses on preventing fault injection attacks. We utilize symmetric cryptographic service to protect confidentiality, and deploy fault detection within confidential algorithm to resist fault injection attacks. Several fault detection schemes are identified, and their fault coverage rates and time overheads are derived and measured, respectively. Our synthesis approach makes efforts to determine the best fault detection schemes for the encryption/decryption of messages, such that the overall security strength of detecting fault injection attack is maximized, and the deadline constraint of the real-time applications is guaranteed. Since addressing the problem is still a NP-hard problem, we propose an efficient algorithm based on Fruit fly Optimization Algorithm (FOA), which can achieve better results by lower time overheads, compared with simulated annealing algorithm. Extensive experiments and a real-life application evaluation demonstrate the superiority of our approach.

Ultra-low-leakage, Robust FinFET SRAM Design Using Multi-parameter Asymmetric FinFETs

Memory arrays consisting of static random access memory (SRAM) cells occupy the largest area on chip and are responsible for significant leakage power consumption in modern microprocessors. With the transition from planar CMOS technology to FinFETs, FinFET SRAM design has become important. However, increasing leakage power consumption of FinFETs due to aggressive scaling, width quantization, read-write conflict, and process variations make FinFET SRAM design challenging. In this paper, we show how multi-parameter asymmetric (MPA) FinFETs can be used to design ultra-low-leakage and robust 6T SRAM cells. We combine multiple asymmetries, namely asymmetry in gate workfunction, source/drain doping concentration, and gate underlap, to address various SRAM design issues all at once. We propose five novel MPA FinFET-based SRAM cell designs and compare them with symmetric and single-parameter asymmetric (SPA) FinFET-based SRAM cells using dc and transient metrics. We show that the leakage current of MPA FinFET-based SRAM cells can be reduced by up to 58x while ensuring reasonable read/write stability metrics. In addition, high stability metrics can be achieved with 22x leakage current reduction compared to the traditional symmetric FinFET-based SRAM cell. There is no area overhead associated with MPA FinFET-based SRAM cells.

PPU: A Control Error-Tolerant Processor for Streaming Applications with Formal Guarantees

Current error-tolerant processors allow errors in the computation, and are positioned to be suitable for error-tolerant applications such as media applications. For such processors, the Instruction-Set-Architecture (ISA) no longer serves as a specification, since it is acceptable for the processor to allow for errors during the execution of instructions. In this work, we address this specification gap by defining the minimal requirements that are needed in order for an error-tolerant processor to provide useful results. Further, we formally define properties that capture these requirements. Based on this, we propose YMM, an error-tolerant processor that aims to meet these requirements with low-cost microarchitectural support. These protection mechanisms convert potentially fatal control errors to potentially tolerable data errors instead of ensuring instruction-level or byte-level correctness. The protection mechanisms in YMM protect the system against crashes, unresponsiveness, and external device corruption. In addition, they also provide support for achieving acceptable result quality. Additionally, we provide a methodology that formally proves the specification properties on YMM using model checking. This methodology uses models for the hardware and software that are integrated with the fault and recovery models. Finally, we experimentally demonstrate the results of model checking and the application-level quality of results for YMM.

A Simplified Phase Model for Simulation of Oscillator Based Computing Systems

Building oscillator based computing systems with emerging nano-device technologies has become a promising solution for unconventional computing tasks like computer vision and pattern recognition. However, simulation and analysis of these systems is both time and compute intensive due to the non-linearity of new devices and the complex behavior of coupled oscillators. In order to speed up the simulation of coupled oscillator systems, we propose a simplified phase model to perform phase and frequency synchronization prediction based on a synthesis of earlier models. Our model can predict the frequency locking behavior with several orders of magnitude speedup compared to direct evaluation, enabling the effective and efficient simulation of the large numbers of oscillators required for practical computing systems.

Frontside vs Backside Laser Injection: a Comparative Study

Laser injection can be used to disturb the circuits computation and retrieve the secret (fault attacks). The laser can illuminate the circuit either from its frontside (i.e., where metal interconnections are first encountered) or from the backside (i.e., through the substrate). Historically, frontside injection was preferred because it does not require the die to be thinned. Nevertheless, due to the increasing integration of metal layers in modern technologies, frontside injections do not allow anymore to target any desired location. Indeed, metal lines act like mirrors and they reflect and refract most of the energy provided by the laser beam. Conversely, backside injections, while being more difficult to set up, allow increasing the resolution of the target location and remove the drawbacks of frontside technique. This paper compares experimental results from frontside and backside fault injections. We will show that, conversely to what is generally assumed, frontside injection can provide even better results compared to backside injection, especially for low-cost beams with large laser spot.

Trading Accuracy for Energy in Stochastic Circuit Design

As we approach the end of Moores Law, alternative computing techniques that consume energy more efficiently have been proposed. Stochastic computing (SC) is a re-emerging computing technique that acts on data encoded by bit-streams. It is a low-cost and error-tolerant alternative to conventional binary circuits in some important applications. This paper presents an accuracy-energy tradeoff technique for SC circuits that reduces their energy consumption with virtually no accuracy loss. To this end, we employ voltage/frequency scaling, which normally reduces energy consumption at the cost of timing errors. Then we show that due to their inherent error tolerance, SC circuits operate satisfactorily without significant accuracy loss even with aggressive scaling. Furthermore, we find that logical and physical design techniques can be combined to expand the already powerful accuracy-energy tradeoff possibilities of SC. In particular, we demonstrate that careful adjustment of path delays can lead to error reduction under voltage/frequency scaling. Simulation results show that our optimized SC circuits can tolerate aggressive voltage scaling with no significant SNR degradation after 40% supply voltage reduction (1V to 0.6V), leading to 66% energy saving (20.7pJ to 6.9pJ). We also show that process variation and temperature variation have limited impact on optimized SC circuits.

Asymmetric Underlapped FinFETs for Near- and Super-threshold Logic at Sub-10nm Technology Nodes

Extending double-gate FinFET scaling to sub-10nm technology regime requires device engineering techniques for countering the rise of direct source to drain tunneling (DSDT), edge direct tunneling (EDT) and short channel effects (SCE) that degrade FinFET I-V characteristics. Symmetric underlap is effective for eliminating EDT, diminishing DSDT and lowering the fringe component of gate capacitance. However, excessive symmetric underlap also lowers the on-current which is mainly due to thermionic emission. In this work, it is demonstrated that at sub-10nm node, asymmetric underlapped FinFETs with slightly longer underlap toward drain side than source side are superior to symmetric underlapped FinFETs due to further improvement in Ion/Ioff and reduction in gate-to-drain capacitance. Using quantum mechanical device simulations, FinFETs with various degrees of underlap have been analyzed for improvement in I-V characteristics. A FinFET model for circuit simulations has been constructed that captures the major sub-10nm leakage components, namely, thermionic emission, DSDT, EDT, direct gate oxide tunneling and its associated components. By simulating a 10 stage NAND circuit and a LEON3 processor with interconnect parasitics using these devices, it is shown that asymmetric underlap instead of symmetric underlap in sub-10nm FinFETs can offer lower energy consumption with improved performance for near-threshold logic and higher energy-efficiency for super-threshold logic operation.

Electro-Photonic NoC Designs for Kilocore Systems

The increasing core count in manycore systems requires a corresponding large Network-on-chip (NoC) bandwidth to support the overlying applications. However, it is not possible to provide this large bandwidth in an energy-efficient manner using electrical link technology. To overcome this issue, photonic link technology has been proposed as a replacement. This work explores the limits and opportunities for using photonic links to design the NoC architecture for a future Kilocore system. Three different NoC designs are explored: ElecNoC, an electrical concentrated 2D-mesh NoC; HybNoC, an electrical concentrated 2D-mesh with a photonic multi-crossbar NoC; and PhotoNoC, a photonic multi-bus NoC. We consider both private and shared cache architectures and, to leverage the large bandwidth density of photonic links, we investigate the use of prefetching and aggressive non-blocking caches. Our analysis using contemporary Big Data workloads shows that the non-blocking caches with a shared LLC can best leverage the large bandwidth of the photonic links in the Kilocore system. Moreover, compared to ElecNoC-based and HybNoC-based Kilocore systems, PhotoNoC-based Kilocore system achieves up to 2.5X and 1.5X better performance, respectively, and can support up to 2.1X and 1.1X higher bandwidth, respectively, while dissipating comparable power in the overall system.


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Iris Bahar ACM Distinguished Member (2012)
Krishnendu Chakrabarty ACM Distinguished Member (2008)
ACM Senior Member (2006)
Nikil D. Dutt ACM Distinguished Member (2007)
Igor Markov ACM Distinguished Member (2011)
ACM Senior Member (2007)
Dharmendra Modha ACM Gordon Bell Prize
Special Category (2009) ACM Gordon Bell Prize
Special Category (2009)
Saraju P. Mohanty ACM Senior Member (2010)
Trevor Mudge ACM-IEEE CS Eckert-Mauchly Award (2014)
Massoud Pedram ACM Distinguished Member (2008)
Steven K Reinhardt ACM Distinguished Member (2010)

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