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.
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Prof. Shahar Kvatinsky
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Ilan Lipschutz
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Ilana Zilberger
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Ronny Ronen
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Oz Mendel
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Rotem Ben-Hur
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Tzofnat Greenberg
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Barak Hoffer
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Lior Rodes
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Orian Leitersdorf
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Rishona Daniels
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Duna Wattad
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Sariel Hodisan
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Ofri Levin
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H. Padberg, A. Regev, G. Piccolboni, A. Bricalli, G. Molas, J. F. Nodin, and S. Kvatinsky "Experimental Demonstration of Non-Stateful In-Memory Logic with 1T1R SiOx Valence Change Mechanism Memristors"
O. Leitersdorf, Y. Boneh, G. Gazit, R. Ronen, and S. Kvatinsky "FourierPIM: High-throughput in-memory Fast Fourier Transform and polynomial multiplication"
A. Gero, M. A. Hadish, and S. Kvatinsky "Undergraduate Students’ Attitudes Toward an Engineering Course that Integrates Several Levels of Abstraction"
M. A. Hadish, S. Kvatinsky, and A. Gero "Learning and Instruction that Combine Multiple Levels of Abstraction in Engineering: Attitudes of Students and Faculty"