2016 IEEE International Symposium on Nanoelectronic and Information Systems (iNIS)

19-21 Dec. 2016

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  • Keynotes

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    Recent experiments on spin devices like magnetic tunnel junctions (MTJ), domain wall magnets (DWM) and lateral spin valves (LSV) have led to the possibility of using "spin" as state variable for computation. While the possibility of on-chip spin transfer torque memories is close to reality, several questions still exist regarding the energy benefits of spin for logic computation. Lateral spin valv... View full abstract»

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  • Modeling of Graphene Nanoribbon Tunnel Field Effect Transistor in Verilog-A for Digital Circuit Design

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    Performance of graphene nanoribbon (GNR) tunnel field effect transistor (TFET) has been modeled in Verilog-Analog (Verilog-A) using previously reported physics based compact analytical current transport model. Performance obtained using both analytical model and Verilog-A simulations are compared providing excellent match. Using n-type and p-type GNR TFETs, inverter circuit is designed and simulat... View full abstract»

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  • Width-Dependent Characteristics of Graphene Nanoribbon Field Effect Transistor for High Frequency Applications

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    A numerical simulation based on self-consistent solution of non-equilibrium Green's function (NEGF) formulism and Poisson equation has been developed in order to investigate the width-dependent characteristics of GNR FETs in two GNR families (3p,0) and (3p+1,0). On-state characteristics such as transfer characteristics, transconductance, gate capacitance, intrinsic cut-off frequency and intrinsic ... View full abstract»

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  • Performance Analysis of Top-Contact MLGNR Based Interconnects

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    In this paper transient behavior of both types of multi-layer graphene nanoribbon (MLGNR) interconnects i.e., side and top-contact MLGNRs are studied. The propagation delay of Driver Interconnect Load (DIL) model for different interconnect lengths is analyzed by taking different process induced parameters variations into consideration. The average deviations in propagation delay of DIL model are a... View full abstract»

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  • Exploring Human Body Communications for IoT Enabled Ambulatory Health Monitoring Systems

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    Increasing market demand for high performance and portable computing devices requires energy efficient devices. When a network of devices is considered, as in the case of the Internet of Things, it is important to consider low power design at the sensor/actuator level as well as in the sensor network. Human body communication has proven to be an efficient mode of communication for near field body ... View full abstract»

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  • IoT-Based Fall Detection for Smart Home Environments

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    The rise of internet connected devices has enabledthe home with a vast amount of enhancements to make lifemore convenient. These internet connected devices can be used to form a community of devices known as the internet of things (IoT). There is great value in IoT devices to promote healthy independent living for older adults. This paper proposes an IoT-based fall detection system for smart home ... View full abstract»

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  • Ni-CNT as Isopropanol Sensor: Ab-Initio Analysis

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    The sensing ability of Ni-doped SWCNT has been evaluated in presence of isopropanol (IPA) molecule, using density functional theory. The fundamental model for this work has been built on (7, 0) zigzag CNT (Ni-doped) with adsorbed IPA molecule on sidewall of CNT. Charge transfer from nanotube surface to molecule and high adsorption energy made the sensor more conductive after adsorption. Semiconduc... View full abstract»

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  • CMOS-Memristor Hybrid Integrated Pixel Sensors

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    Increase in image resolution require the abilityof image sensors to pack an increased number of circuitcomponents in a given area. On the the other hand a high speedprocessing of signals from the sensors require the ability of pixelto carry out pixel parallel operations. In the paper, we proposea modified 3T and 4T CMOS wide dynamic range pixels, which we refer as 2T-M and 3T-M configurations, com... View full abstract»

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  • A Reply Cache Mechanism to Reduce Query Latency of WSN in IoT Sensory Environment

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    Query driven process execution in wireless sensor network (WSN) are of either idempotent or non-idempotent in nature. Prior identification of idempotent queries on the basis of their spatial and temporal attributes can reduce in-network process executions, application end-to-end (E2E) delay, and consequential energy savings. The paper proposes a reply-cache mechanism at the gateway node. Simulatio... View full abstract»

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  • Design and Implementation of Tunable Bandpass Filter for Biomedical Applications

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    A realization of on-chip large resistance using aswitched-capacitor series to parallel topology is presented in thispaper. Using this scheme, a band-pass filter for various biomedicalapplications such as EEG, ECG, EOG at a very low cornerfrequency upto 0.01 Hz in 180 nm CMOS, N-well technology with1.8 V supply voltage and was simulated using Cadence Spectresimulator. Simulation results show that t... View full abstract»

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  • A 4X1 High-Definition Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation Device for Targeting Cerebral Micro Vessels and Functionality Using NIRS

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    The paper presents the development of 4X1 high-definition transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS). High-Definition Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (HD-tDCS) has been proposed as a focal, noninvasive brain stimulation technique. In this technique, cerebral micro vessel and primary motor cortex are targeted with weak intensity direct current (approximately 2 mA) through small array of... View full abstract»

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  • An Investigation of Power-Performance Aware Accelerator/Core Allocation Challenges in Dark Silicon Heterogeneous Systems

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    Although the power density is said to be constant according to Dennard Scaling Model, the energy efficiency has not scaled along in the last decade. With increase in integration of transistors, the power budget is no longer balanced while moving from one technology node to another. Because of this the power density is no longer constant and it is now increasing with technology scaling. In successi... View full abstract»

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  • Securing IEEE 1687 Standard On-chip Instrumentation Access Using PUF

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    Large number of on-chip instruments support post-silicon validation, volume test, debug, diagnosis and in-field monitoring of an integrated circuit. The IEEE 1687-2014 (Internal JTAG or IJTAG) standard is an effective method for accessing the on-chip instruments. Streamlined access to on-chip instruments through IJTAG is prone to abuse and lead to security issues. An adversary can leak confidentia... View full abstract»

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  • Hardware Security Threats to DSP Applications in an IoT Network

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    Security has become a major challenge with the evolution of Digital Signal Processing (DSP) applications for Internet of Things. IoT systems have become vulnerable on the hardware due to the malicious insertions in the designs which cause catastrophic damage to the system. A hardware Trojan possess the capability to modify a device's functionality. The hardware Trojans are designed such that they ... View full abstract»

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