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Emerging Technology-Based Design of Primitives for Hardware Security

Hardware security concerns such as intellectual property (IP) piracy and hardware Trojans have... (more)

Spintronic PUFs for Security, Trust, and Authentication

We propose spintronic physically unclonable functions (PUFs) to exploit security-specific properties of domain wall memory (DWM) for security, trust,... (more)

A Survey on Chip to System Reverse Engineering

The reverse engineering (RE) of electronic chips and systems can be used with honest and dishonest intentions. To inhibit 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... (more)

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... (more)

Beat Frequency Detector--Based High-Speed True Random Number Generators

Statistical Modeling and Analysis

True random number generators (TRNGs) are crucial components for the security of cryptographic systems. In contrast to pseudo--random number... (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

Rethinking Computer Architectures and Software Systems for Phase Change Memory

The maturity of PCM from research to production brings a new opportunity for improving the I/O performance of a system. However, phase change memory also has some weaknesses, e.g., long write latency, limited write endurance, and high active energy. Existing main memory systems and online storage systems are unable to leverage the advantages of PCM, and/or to mitigate PCMs drawbacks. The reason behind this incompetence is that they are designed and optimized for DRAM memory and hard drives respectively, instead of PCM memory. There have been some efforts concentrating on rethinking computer architectures and software systems for phase change memory. This article provides a detailed survey and review of the areas of computer architecture and software system that are oriented to PCM devices. First, we identify key technical challenges that need to be addressed before this memory technology can be leveraged, in the form of main memory or online storage, to build high-performance computer systems. Second, we examine various designs of computer architectures and software systems that are PCM aware. Finally, we obtain several helpful observations and propose a few suggestions on how to leverage PCM to optimize the performance of a computer system.

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.

Neuromorphic Processors with Memristive Synapses: Synaptic Interface and Architectural Exploration

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 paper investigates architectural design exploration of DNPs with memristive synapses by proposing two synapse readout schemes. The key design tradeoffs involving different analog-to-digital conversions and memory accessing styles are thoroughly investigated. A novel storage strategy optimized for feedforward neural networks is proposed in this work, which greatly reduces the energy and area cost of the memristor array and its peripherals.

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.

Impact of fin width scaling on RF/Analog performance of Junctionless Accumulation Mode Bulk FinFET

In this paper, the RF and analog performance of the Junctionless Accumulation-Mode (JAM) Bulk FinFETs is analyzed by employing the variation of Fin width so that it can be used as a high-efficiency radio-frequency integrated circuit design. The RF/analog performance evaluation has been carried out using ATLAS 3D device simulator in terms of evaluation of figure-of-merits metrics i.e., transconductance (gm), gate-to-source/drain capacitances (Cgg), cut-off Frequency (fT), maximum frequency of oscillation (fmax). Apart from RF/analog performance investigation, the variation of on-current to off-current ratio (Ion/Ioff) and transconductance generation factor (gm/Ids) have also been carried out. From this study it is observed that smaller fin width of the device improves its performance.

Special Issue on Secure and Trustworthy Computing

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%.

Reducing System Power Consumption Using Check-Pointing on Nonvolatile Embedded MRAM

As the most widely used embedded memory technology, SRAM (Static Random Access Memory) is heading towards scaling problems in the most advanced technology nodes due to the leakage current caused by the quantum tunneling effect. As an alternative, STT-MRAM (Spin Transfer Torque Magnetic Random Access Memory) technology shows comparable performances in terms of speed and power consumption, and much better ones in terms of density and leakage. Moreover, MRAM brings up new paradigms in system design thanks to its inherent non-volatility, which allows the definition of new instant on/off policies and leakage current optimization. Based on our compact model, we have developed a fully characterized SoC (System on Chip) in a 40nm LP hybrid CMOS/STT process. Through our simulations, we have demonstrated that STT-MRAM is a candidate for the memory part of embedded systems and have implemented a checkpointing methodology based on the regular interrupt routines of a processor to enable a fast power on and off functionality. Using a synthetic benchmark developed in high level programming languages intended to be representative of integer system performances, our method shows that having MRAM instead of SRAM in an embedded design brings up huge energy savings in typical user cases.

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.

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

The vertical tunnel FET (VTFETs) have been extensively explored to overcome the scaling limits and to improve ON-current compared to standard lateral device structures for future technologies. The benefits in terms of the reduced-footprint, high ON-current and feasibility of fabrication have been demonstrated in several works. Among various VTFETs, the asymmetric heterojunction vertical TFETs (HVTFETs) have emerged as one of promising alternatives for low-voltage applications. However, while such device-level benefits without parasitics have been widely investigated, the logic-gate design with parasitics and layout implications are not clear. In this paper, we investigate the layouts and parasitic capacitances and resistances of HVTFETs with FinFETs. Due to the vertical structure of HVTFETs, a smaller footprint is observed than FinFETs with small fan-in cells. However, for high fan-in cells, HVTFETs exhibit area-overheads due to infeasibility of contact-sharing in parallel and series transistors. These area-overheads lead to 48% higher parasitics than FinFETs. Further, to analyze impacts of parasitics, we modeled the analytical parasitics with Verilog-A models in SPICE. The models for both FinFETs and HVTFETs with parasitics were used to simulate a 15 stage-inverter-based ring-oscillator to compare the delay and energy. Our simulation results show that HVTFETs exhibit better energy-efficiency over various VDDs although the performance degradation is approximately 8 % higher than FinFETs.

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.

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

In this paper, we introduce a novel method of synthesizing symmetric boolean functions with reversible logic. In contrast to earlier approaches, the proposed technique deploys a simple, regular, and cascaded structure consisting of an array of Peres and CNOT gates, which results in significant reduction with respect to the quantum cost. However, the number of garbage outputs may increase slightly when such cascades are used. In order to reduce it, we next propose a post-synthesis optimization phase that allows judicious re-use of garbage outputs. In addition to offering a cost-effective synthesis methodology, the proposed reversible-logic structure exhibits elegant testability properties. With respect to all single or partial missing gate faults (SMGF and PMGF), or repeated gate faults (RGF) in such an n-input circuit module, we show that it admits a universal test set of constant cardinality (three) for any value of n. Thus, considering both the cost and testability issues, this approach provides a superior option for synthesizing symmetric functions compared to existing designs.

Gates vs. Splitters: Contradictory Optimization Objectives in the Synthesis of Optical Circuits

Optical circuits are considered a promising emerging technology particularly for applications in ultra-high speed networks or interconnects. However, the development of corresponding (automatic) synthesis approaches is still at the beginning. Although first generic and automatic synthesis approaches have been proposed, no clear understanding exists yet on how to keep the costs of the resulting circuits as small as possible. In the domain of optical circuits, this is particularly interesting for the number of gates and the effect of so-called splitters to the signal strength. In this work, we investigate this relation by considering a variety of (existing as well as proposed) synthesis approaches for optical circuits. Our investigations show that reducing the number of gates and reducing the number of splitters are contradictory optimization objectives. Furthermore, the performance of synthesis guided with respect to gate efficiency as well as synthesis guided with respect to splitter-freeness is evaluated and an overhead-factor between the contradictory metrics is experimentally determined.

MRAM PUF: Using Geometric and Resistive Variations in MRAM Cells

In this work we have studied two novel techniques to enhance the performance of existing geometry based Magnetoresistive RAM Physically Unclonable Function (MRAM PUF). Geometry based MRAM PUFs rely only on geometric variations in MRAM cells that generate preferred ground state in cells and forms the basis of digital signature generation. Here we have studied two novel ways to improve the performance of the geometry based PUF signature. First we have studied how the choice between specific geometries can enhance the reliability of the digital signature. Using fabrications and simulations we have studied how the rectangular shape in the PUF cells is more susceptible to lithography based geometric variations than the elliptical shape of the same aspect ratio. The choice of rectangular over elliptical masks in the lithography process can therefore improve the reliability of the digital signature from PUF. Second we have presented a MRAM PUF architecture and studied how resistances in MRAM cells can be used to generate analog voltage output that are easier to detect if probed by an adversary. In the new PUF architecture we have the choice between selection of rows and columns to generate unique and hard to predict analog voltage outputs.

Area Minimization Synthesis for Reconfigurable SET Arrays with Fabrication Constraints

As fabrication processes exploit even deeper submicron technology, power dissipation has become a crucial issue for most electronic circuit and system designs nowadays. In particular, leakage power is becoming a dominant source of power consumption. Recently, the reconfigurable single-electron transistor (SET) array has been proposed as an emerging circuit design style for continuing Moore's Law due to its ultra-low leakage power consumption. Several automated synthesis approaches have been also developed for the reconfigurable SET array in the past few years. Nevertheless, all of those existing methods consider mandatory fabrication constraints merely in late synthesis stages. In this paper, we propose a synthesis algorithm, featuring input variable ordering and dynamic product term ordering, for area minimization. The proposed approach takes those fabrication constraints into account at every stage to ensure better synthesis outcomes. Moreover, we also develop a simulated annealing based post-process to find a proper phase assignment of each input variable for further area reduction. Experimental results show that our new methodology can achieve up to 29% area reduction as compared to existing state-of-the-art techniques.

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 the technology is considered as an alternative to main memory usage due to its relative low-power consumption. Existing wear-leveling techniques overcome this challenge through constantly remapping hot virtual pages, thus engendering a fair amount of extra write operations to PCM and imposing considerable energy overhead. Our observation is that it is unnecessary to fully balance the accesses to different physical pages during the execution of each process. Instead, since endurance is a lifetime factor, the hot virtual pages of different processes can be mapped to different physical pages in the PCM. Leveraging this property, we develop a wear-resistant page allocation algorithm, which exploits the diverse write characteristics of different program segments to improve PCM write endurance within almost no extra remapping cost in terms of energy and performance. The results of experiments conducted based on SPEC benchmarks show that the proposed technique can prolong PCM lifetime by hundreds of times within nearly zero searching and remapping overhead.


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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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Fei Su 3
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