LOS ALAMITOS, Calif., Nov. 20, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- IEEE InTech Forum, a virtual event on 2-3 December 2020, brings together 24 industry-recognized leaders to discuss breakthrough technologies and research developed
The growing importance of applications based on machine learning is driving the need to develop dedicated, energy-efficient electronic hardware. Compared with von Neumann architectures, which have separate processing and storage units, brain-inspired in-memory computing uses the same basic device structure for logic operations and data storage1?3, thus promising to reduce the energy cost of data-centred computing substantially4. Although there is ample research focused on exploring new device architectures, the engineering of material platforms suitable for such device designs remains a challenge. Two-dimensional materials5,6 such as semiconducting molybdenum disulphide, MoS2, could be promising candidates for such platforms thanks to their exceptional electrical and mechanical properties7?9. Here we report our exploration of large-area MoS2 as an active channel material for developing logic-in-memory devices and circuits based on floating-gate field-effect transistors (FGFETs). The conductance of our FGFETs can be precisely and continuously tuned, allowing us to use them as building blocks for reconfigurable logic circuits in which logic operations can be directly performed using the memory elements. After demonstrating a programmable NOR gate, we show that this design can be simply extended to implement more complex programmable logic and a functionally complete set of operations. Our findings highlight the potential of atomically thin semiconductors for the development of next-generation low-power electronics. Logic operations and reconfigurable circuits are demonstrated that can be directly implemented using memory elements based on floating-gate field-effect transistors with monolayer MoS2 as the active channel material.
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The workshop is organized as part of the Indo-Dutch project, "Digital Twins for pipeline transport networks". The aim of the project is to develop a digital twin that connects sensor data and advanced fluid solvers in order to detect possible leakage of fluid from the pipeline in real-time.
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(MENAFN - The Conversation) Lecturer of Computing & Security, Edith Cowan University Profile Articles Activity Mohiuddin Ahmed has made practical and theoretical contributions in cyber security and big data analytics for several application domains. His research has a high impact on data and security analytics, false data injection attacks, and digital