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29.10.2017
Hanna Abo Hanna has presented a joint paper with Prof. Ramez Daniel, Prof. Kvatinsky, and ASIC2 at the 13th IEEE BioCAS in Italy in 2017
28.10.2017
ASIC2 group has presented in a B.Sc. introduction evening organized by the System architecture lab cluster on October 2017
5.10.2017
Nicolas Wainstein's paper was accepted to IEEE TCAS I in 2017!
13.09.2017
Ameer Haj Ali won the System Architecture Labs Cluster prize for outstanding undergraduate projects in 2017!
5.09.2017
Prof. Shahar Kvatinsky has presented at EPFL, Switzerland on September 2017
29.08.2017
Nishil Talati's SciTech students won the best oral presentation award in 2017!
17.08.2017
"Memristive Logic: A Framework for Evaluation and Comparison" at PATMOS 2017
17.08.2017
"SIMPLE MAGIC: Synthesis and In-memory MaPping of Logic Execution for Memristor-Aided loGIC" at ICCAD 2017
17.08.2017
Prof. Shahar Kvatinsky and his research collaborator have been awarded the Prof. Pazy Memorial Research Award in 2017
Prof. Shahar Kvatinsky and his research collaborator have been awarded the Prof. Pazy Memorial Research Award in 2017
We are happy to announce that Prof. Shahar Kvartinsky and his research collaborator have been awarded the Prof. Pazy Memorial Research Award, given annually to "the most outstanding an original BSF supported project in mathematical and computer sciences". Congratulations to Shahar on this remarkable achievement!  
17.08.2017
Prof. Shahar Kvatinsky in the 2017 ISF winners list
Prof. Shahar Kvatinsky in the 2017 ISF winners list
The names of the Israel Science Foundation (ISF) grantees for 2017 cycle has been published and we are proud to announce that Prof. Shahar Kvatinsky is part of it.
16.08.2017
Prof. Shahar Kvatinsky has been awarded a Starting ERC Grant in 2017
Prof. Shahar Kvatinsky has been awarded a Starting ERC Grant in 2017
Prof. Shahar Kvatinsky has been awarded a Starting ERC Grant by the European Research Council for his research on "Real-PIM-System". Congratulations!