In von-Neumann architecture based modern computing system, the memory unit is used to store, decode and reproduce the information while computations take place in the central processing unit.
For most of the computing tasks, maximum energy and time are consumed in data movement, rather than computation. Therefore, memory plays a crucial role in making modern computing system energy efficient. This course will introduce new and emerging memory concepts from device to circuit levels that have also been introduced into the traditional memory hierarchy.
- Basic memory elements, memory cells (SRAM, DRAM, FALSH, RARAM, etc.), and peripheral circuitry.
- Emerging In-memory and neuromorphic computing, and memory as a primitive element for PUF design.
Who can Attend?
The course is intended to young researchers (UG/PG students) and faculty members having the general introductory background of semiconductor devices and circuits.
How to Apply
Interested candidates can download the application form by clicking here.
A scanned copy of the filled-in registration form should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org on or before July 15, 2019.
Includes admission-cum tuition fee, tea, and lunch. Certificate of participation after successful completion of the course.
Student: Rs. 3000/-
Academician/Industry: Rs. 5000/-
Email ID: email@example.com
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