Researchers develop Superman-inspired imager chip for mobile devices

Researchers, including electrical engineering graduate student Walter Sosa Portillo BS’21 (left) and Dr. Kenneth K. O, have made advances to miniaturize an imager chip inspired by Superman’s X-ray vision for handheld mobile devices. Credit: University of Texas at Dallas Researchers from The University of Texas at Dallas and Seoul National University have developed an imager […]

Controlling chaos using edge computing hardware: Digital twin models promise advances in computing

NG-RC based nonlinear controller realized on edge computing hardware. (top) Learning phase. (top) Learning phase. A field programmable gate array (FPGA) applies perturbations (red) to a chaotic circuit and the perturbed dynamics of the circuit (blue) are measured by a sensor (analog-to-digital converters). The temporal evolution of the perturbations and responses are transferred to a […]

A new, low-cost, high-efficiency photonic integrated circuit

Lithium tantalate photonic integrated circuits. Credit: Tobias Kippenberg (EPFL) The rapid advancement in photonic integrated circuits (PICs), which combine multiple optical devices and functionalities on a single chip, has revolutionized optical communications and computing systems. For decades, silicon-based PICs have dominated the field due to their cost-effectiveness and through their integration with existing semiconductor manufacturing […]

Computer scientists discover vulnerability in cloud server hardware used by AMD and Intel chips

Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public Domain Public cloud services employ special security technologies. Computer scientists at ETH Zurich have now discovered a gap in the latest security mechanisms used by AMD and Intel chips. This affects major cloud providers. Over the past few years, hardware manufacturers have developed technologies that ought to make it possible for companies […]

Researchers propose design methodology for hardware Gaussian random number generators

Maximum relative PMF error versus σ value, with scaling index introduced. Credit: Zhuo Chen, USTC A research team from the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) has proposed a novel design methodology for Gaussian random number (GRN) generators tailored for SerDes simulation systems. The study was […]

Turning up the heat on data storage: New memory device paves the way for AI computing in extreme environments

Illustrations of the ferrodiode device. a–d, A schematic (a), AFM height image with root mean square (RMS) roughness (b), optical microscopic image of the upper surface (c) and cross-sectional TEM image (d) of the Ni/Al0.68Sc0.32N/Pt(111) MIM device. Credit: Nature Electronics (2024). DOI: 10.1038/s41928-024-01148-6 A smartphone shutting down on a sweltering day is an all-too-common annoyance […]

Google plans to invest $2 billion to build data center in northeast Indiana, officials say

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Google plans to invest $2 billion to build a data center in northeastern Indiana that will help power its artificial intelligence technology and cloud business, company and state officials said Friday. The data center planned for Fort Wayne was announced in January. But Google disclosed the project’s cost Friday and said […]

New research demonstrates potential of thin-film electronics for flexible chip design

Three 6502 microprocessors, from left to right: Si CMOS 6502 chip, flex 6502 LTPS chip and flex 6502 IGZO chip. Credit: KU Leuven–imec The mass production of conventional silicon chips relies on a successful business model with large “semiconductor fabrication plants” or “foundries.” New research by KU Leuven and imec shows that this “foundry” model […]

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