普渡大学Kaushik Roy教授学术讲座通知
时间:2016-1-26 13:35:27   阅读:   标签: 电信学院 电子工程系

受学校国际合作处资助,应电子与信息工程学院电子工程系邀请,普渡大学电子与计算机工程系的荣誉教授Kaushik Roy129日来我校进行学术讲座。欢迎校内相关专业广大师生参加。

           时间2016129日上午9

地点: 活动中心216

题目:Spin as State Variable for Computation: Prospects and Perspectives

讲座者Kaushik Roy

讲座内容:

Recent experiments on spin devices like magnetic tunnel junctions (MTJ's), domain wall magnets (DWM) and spin valves have led to the possibility of having very high density on-chip memories and logic. While the possibility of having on-chip spin transfer torque memories is close to reality, several questions still exist regarding the energy benefits of spin as the state variable for logic computation. Latest experiments on lateral spin valves (LSV) have shown switching of nano-magnets using spin-polarized current injection through a metallic channel such as Cu. Lateral spin valves with multiple input magnets connected to an output magnet using metal channels or domain wall magnetic strips can be used to mimic "neurons" . The spin-based neurons can be integrated with CMOS and other devices like domain wall magnetic strips or PCM’s to realize ultra low-power data processing hardware based on neural networks (NN), and are suitable for different classes of applications like, cognitive computing, programmable Boolean logic and analog and digital signal processing. In this talk I will first discuss the advantages of using spin (as opposed to charge) as state variable for both memory and logic and then present how a cellular array of magneto-metallic neurons, operating at terminal voltages ~20mV, can do efficient analog computation for applications such as image sensing and processing.

主讲人简介:

Kaushik Roy教授,1990年获得美国伊利诺伊大学电子与计算机工程专业博士学位,现为美国普渡大学电子与计算机工程系荣誉教授。主要研究方向是通信、网络及信号与图像处理等领域。历年主持承担各类科研、工程70余项,发表学术论文623项,出版书籍2本,论文被引用次数高达16467,获得专利19项,并多次担任美国电气和电子工程师协会(IEEE)的委员及期刊主编。2010获得洪堡研究奖,2011年,IEEE电路与系统学会(CASS)技术成就奖,累计获得科技奖项20余项,对其研究领域作出了重大贡献。

Kaushik Roy received the doctor’s degree from electrical and computer engineering , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1990. Now, he is the Roscoe H. George Professor of ECE Purdue University, who mainly engages in communication, networks, signal and image processing, etc. Over many years, he has taken charge of a great variety of national scientific projects, published more than 600 research papers and 2 books that were cited frequently, reaching 16467 times, with the high impact factors of 615.17. He obtained 19 patents. In addition, he served as program committee member and guest editor of IEEE for multiple times. In 2010, he won the prize of Humboldt Research Award. IEEE Circuits and Systems Society (CASS) Technical Achievement Award was presented to him in the next year. He received more than 20 scientific awards in total. In a word, he made a great contribution to his research fields.

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