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June 2019

IEEE SWISS SSCS TALK : Circuits and Signaling Co-Design for Ultra-Wideband Communications by Prof. Armin Tajalli

June 18 @ 17:30 - 18:30 CEST

Modern multi-core multi-processor computing systems rely on high-bandwidth data communication between different units in such distributed systems. Chip-to-chip communication over very short distances is now becoming a very demanding topic of research. Due to heat, yield, and performance concerns, many companies are moving toward multi-chip-module (MCM) SoCs. In such systems, the data rate as well as energy consumption are extremely crucial. Due to stringent power budget, industry is seeking out for new design methodologies to implement very dense and energy-efficient…

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IEEE SWISS SSCS TALK : 55nm DDC Subthrehold MCU 2.5uA/MHZ by Marc Pons (Senior Engineer CSEM)

June 26 @ 17:30 - 18:30 CEST

Dear Colleagues, CSEM stand with a long Experience in ultra-low-power digital implementation. Since the 80's, and the pioneer work of CSEM, Technology did not stand still.   Today's FinFet, FDSOI, SOTB offers improved opportunities. This work exploit strong body factor of deeply-depleted channel CMOS at 0.5V to compensate frequency over PVT to ±6%, achieving 30x frequency and 20x leakage scaling in a 2.56uW/MHz RISC-Core with 3.13nW/kB 2.5uW/MHz SRAM. The whole system offer Frequency-leakage configurability implemented by current-controlled adaptive body bias at a fixed…

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July 2019

EDS DL Lecture BY DR. R. Joshi

July 26 @ 14:00 - 15:00 CEST
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From Deep Scaling To Deep Intelligence Dr. Rajiv V. Joshi; Watson Research Center IBM, Yorktown Heights, New York 10562, US Moore’s law driving the advancement in semiconductor industry over decades has been coming to a screeching halt and many researchers are convinced that it is almost dead. After revival and promise of artificial intelligence (AI) due to increased computational performance and memory bandwidth aided by Moore’s law there is overwhelming enthusiasm in researchers for increasing the pace of VLSI industry.…

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October 2019


IEEE Switzerland and IEEE Italy sections will jointly celebrate the IEEE Day 2019 honoring the first time in history when engineers worldwide and IEEE members gathered to share their technical ideas in 1884. The IEEE Day’s theme is: “Leveraging Technology for a Better Tomorrow”. While the world benefits from what’s new, IEEE focuses on what’s next. The celebration of IEEE Day on 1 October 2019 is the 10th year celebrating this historic event!

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