In the Technion ASIC2 Research Group we investigate the implications of emerging technologies in Computer Architecture, VLSI Systems, and Integrated Circuit Design. In the context of this research, resistive switching devices such as Resistive RAM (RRAM), Spin-Transfer Torque Magnetoresistance RAM (STT-MRAM), Phase Change Memory (PCM), 3D Xpoint, and more, best known as memristors, are used for various applications, such as energy-efficient architectures, memory design, logic circuits, analog and mixed-signal circuits, hardware security, neuromorphic and cytomorphic computing.
ASIC2 is also very much involved in developing simulators, device models, and tools for computer-aided design.

“Playing Lego with Memristors” – Technion Colloquium, 2019
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"Memristor-based Logic Circuit Design" - ACRC Workshop, 2012
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"Memristive Memory Processing Unit" - Seiden Workshop, 2017
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Meet Our Team

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Prof. Shahar Kvatinsky
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Eric Herbelin
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Nadav Reichler
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Maxim Meltsin
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Ilana Zilberger
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Wei Wang
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Minhui Zou
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Ronny Ronen
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Tzofnat Greenberg
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Ben Perach
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Barak Hoffer
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Lior Rodes
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Rotem Ben-Hur
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Issa Salameh
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Orian Leitersdorf
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Marcel Khalifa
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Batel Oved
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Nevo Werner-Reiss
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Sumukh Pinge
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Devangshu Dutta
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ASIC2 Publication

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Research Areas

In our research, we focus on inventing novel circuits and architectures for various applications and building non-von Neumann systems to overcome the main performance and energy limitations of modern computing systems: