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8.09.2019
Congratulations!! to Loai Daniel for the Andrew and Erna Finci Viterbi Graduate Fellowship’s award .
1.09.2019
Congratulations !!! Ben Perach s paper has been accepted.
Ben Perach s paper has been accepted- "An Asynchronous and Low-Power True Random Number Generator using STT-MTJ"
1.09.2019
Congratulations !!! Loai Daniel's paper has been accepted at BioCAS 2019
Loai Daniel's paper has been accepted at BioCAS 2019  "Logarithmic Neural Network Data Converters Using Memristors for Biomedical Applications"
28.07.2019
Nico Wainstein presented his paper at ISVLSI in Miami, FL, USA
Nico Wainstein presented his paper at ISVLSI in Miami, FL, USA
Nico presented his paper “A Dual-Band Low-Noise Amplifier using Memristor-Based Tunable Inductors" at ISVLSI in Miami, FL, USA ... more details
22.07.2019
The book Applications of Emerging Memory Technology was published
The book Applications of Emerging Memory Technology as part of the Springer Series in Advanced Microelectronics was released and includes the chapter  "mMPU – A Real Processing-in-Memory Architecture to Combat the von Neumann Bottleneck."
18.07.2019
Prof. Shahar Kvatinsky presented his invited paper on (ASAP 2019), Cornell Tech, New York.
Prof. Shahar Kvatinsky presented his invited paper on  (ASAP 2019), Cornell Tech, New York.
Prof. Shahar Kvatinsky presented his invited paper on "Real Processing in Memory with Memristive Memory Processing Unit" in the IEEE International Conference on Application-Specific Systems, Architectures and Processors (ASAP 2019), Cornell Tech, New York. ... more details
14.07.2019
Ronny Ronen lectured at Prof. Yale Patt's 80th Birthday Workshop (Yale80) in Barcelona.
Ronny Ronen lectured at Prof. Yale Patt's 80th Birthday Workshop (Yale80) in Barcelona about "Memristive Memory Processing Unit (mMPU) Real Processing in Memory using Memristors"
14.07.2019
Five talks from our group were presented in MEMRISYS 2019 in Dresden, Germany (8-11 July 2019).
Five talks from our group were presented in MEMRISYS 2019 in Dresden, Germany (8-11 July 2019).
Five talks from our group were presented in MEMRISYS 2019 in Dresden, Germany (8-11 July 2019). Prof. Shahar Kvatinsky gave a keynote talk on "Real Processing-in-Memory with Memristive Memory Processing Unit" Tzofnat Greenberg gave a talk on "Supporting the Momentum Training Algorithm Using a Memristor-Based Synapse" Nicolas Wainstein gave a talk on "Memristor-based Reconfigurable Radiofrequency Circuits" Rotem Ben-Hur gave a talk on "SIMPLER MAGIC - Synthesis and Mapping of Inmemory Logic Executed in a Single Row to Improve Throughput" Loai Danial gave a talk on "Neuromorphic Data Converters using Memristors" ... more details
3.07.2019
Prof. Shahar Kvatinsky delivered an invited talk in IOLTS 2019 about "Real Processing In-Memory using Memristive Memory Processing Unit
Prof. Shahar Kvatinsky delivered an invited talk in IOLTS 2019 about "Real Processing In-Memory using Memristive Memory Processing Unit
Prof. Shahar Kvatinsky delivered an invited talk in IOLTS 2019 about "Real Processing In-Memory using Memristive Memory Processing Unit. ... more details
12.06.2019
Congratulations to Ameer Haj Ali, Nishil Talati, Nicolas Wainstein, Rotem Ben Hur and Nimrod Wald for receiving their master!!!
Congratulations to Ameer Haj Ali, Nishil Talati, Nicolas Wainstein, Rotem Ben Hur and Nimrod Wald for receiving their master!!!
Congratulations to Ameer Haj Ali, Nishil Talati, Nicolas Wainstein, Rotem Ben Hur and Nimrod Wald for receiving their master!!! Ameer Haj Ali spoke on behalf of the students.

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12.06.2019
Prof. Shahar Kvatinsky lectured at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the Technion on 12.6.2019 about Playing LEGO with Memristors
Prof. Shahar Kvatinsky lectured at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the Technion on 12.6.2019 about Playing LEGO with Memristors
Prof. Shahar Kvatinsky lectured at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the Technion on 12.6.2019 about Playing LEGO with Memristors. ... more details