Academic Research Papers Roundup: April 13
Latest articles include Hybrid Power Management Architecture, RRAM Device Models, Enhanced FMEA, Quantum Machine Learning, Enhanced Nonlinear Optics, Power Harvest After Sunset, chemisorption-assisted direct nanotransfer printing and more.
The volume of advanced semiconductor research is growing and expanding. Latest batch includes hybrid power management architecture, RRAM device models, improved FMEA, quantum machine learning, improved nonlinear optics, energy harvesting after sunset, nanotransfer printing assisted by direct chemisorption, etc.
Topping the list of researchers this week are ETH Zurich, Stanford University, TU Dresden, George Washington University, NIST, Graz University of Technology, Georgia Tech, Harvard University, the Pacific Northwest National Lab, among others.
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