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  • A pragmatic gaze on stochastic resonance based variability tolerant memristance 

    Ntinas, Vasileios; Rubio Sola, Jose Antonio; Sirakoulis, Georgios Ch.; Cotofana, Sorin (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2019)
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    Stochastic Resonance (SR) is a nonlinear system specific phenomenon, which was demonstrated to lead to system unexpected (counter-intuitive) performance improvements under certain noise conditions. Memristor, on the other ...
  • Wave computing with passive memristive networks 

    Fyrigos, Iosif; Ntinas, Vasileios; Sirakoulis, Georgios; Adamatzky, Andrew; Erokhin, Victor; Rubio Sola, Jose Antonio (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2019)
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    Since CMOS technology approaches its physical limits, the spotlight of computing technologies and architectures shifts to unconventional computing approaches. In this area, novel computing systems, inspired by natural and ...
  • Aging in CMOS RF linear power amplifiers: experimental comparison and modeling 

    Aragonès Cervera, Xavier; Mateo Peña, Diego; Barajas Ojeda, Enrique; Crespo-Yepes, A.; Rodríguez Martínez, Rosana; Martin Martínez, Javier; Nafría Maqueda, Montserrat (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2019)
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    This paper characterizes experimentally the aging degradation experienced by two different 2.45 GHz power amplifier circuits of similar performance, implemented in a 65 nm CMOS technology. Results demonstrate the importance ...
  • On the variability-aware design of memristor-based logic circuits 

    Escudero López, Manuel; Vourkas, Ioannis; Rubio Sola, Jose Antonio; Moll Echeto, Francisco de Borja (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2018)
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    Ever since the advent of the first TiO 2 -based memristor and the respective linear model published by Hewlett-Packard Labs, several behavioral models of memristors have been published. Such models capture the fundamental ...
  • Variability-tolerant memristor-based ratioed logic in crossbar array 

    Escudero López, Manuel; Rubio Sola, Jose Antonio; Moll Echeto, Francisco de Borja; Vourkas, Ioannis (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2018)
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    The advent of the first TiO2-based memristor in 2008 revived the scientific interest both from academia and industry for this de- vice technology, with several emerging applications including that of logic circuits. Several ...
  • Multi-valued logic circuits on graphene quantum point contact devices 

    Rallis, Konstantinos; Sirakoulis, Georgios; Karafyllidis, Ioannis; Rubio Sola, Jose Antonio (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2018)
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    Graphene quantum point contacts (G-QPC) combine switching operations with quantized conductance, which can be modulated by top and back gates. Here we use the conductance quantization to design and simulate multi-valued ...
  • Analysis of body bias and RTN-induced frequency shift of low voltage ring oscillators in FDSOI technology 

    Barajas Ojeda, Enrique; Aragonès Cervera, Xavier; Mateo Peña, Diego; Moll Echeto, Francisco de Borja; Rubio Sola, Jose Antonio; Martin Martínez, Javier; Rodríguez Martínez, Rosana; Porti Pujal, Marc; Nafria, M.; Castro López, Rafael; Roca Moreno, Elisenda; Fernandez, Francisco V. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2018)
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    Electronic circuits powered at ultra low voltages (500 mV and below) are desirable for their low energy and power consumption. However, RTN (Random Telegraph Noise)-induced threshold voltage variations become very significant ...
  • Resistive switching behavior seen from the energy point of view 

    Gómez Mir, Jorge Tomás; Abusleme Hoffman, Angel; Vourkas, Ioannis; Rubio Sola, Jose Antonio (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2018)
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    The technology of Resistive Switching (RS) devices (memristors) is continuously maturing on its way towards viable commercial establishment. So far, the change of resistance has been identified as a function of the applied ...
  • A comprehensive method to taxonomize mechanical energy harvesting technologies 

    Diez, P.L.; Gabilondo, I.; Alarcón Cot, Eduardo José; Moll Echeto, Francisco de Borja (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2018)
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    Traditional industry is experiencing a worldwide development with Industry 4.0. Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) have a main role in this revolution as an essential part of data acquisition. The way in which WSNs are powered ...
  • Modem gain-cell memories in advanced technologies 

    Amat Bertran, Esteve; Canal Corretger, Ramon; Rubio Sola, Jose Antonio (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2018)
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    With the advent of the slowdown in DRAM capacitor scaling [1] and the increased reliability problems of traditional 6T SRAM memories [2], industry and academia have looked for alternative memory cells. Among those, gain- ...
  • Body bias generators for ultra low voltage circuits in FDSOI technology 

    Justo, Diego; Nunes Cavalheiro, David; Moll Echeto, Francisco de Borja (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2018)
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    Electronic circuits powered at ultra low voltages (300 mV and below) are desirable for their low energy and power consumption. However, the performance at such low power voltage is severely degraded. FDSOI technology, with ...
  • Memristive cellular automata for modeling of epileptic brain activity 

    Karamani, Rafallia; Fyrigos, Iosif; Ntinas, Vasileios; Vourkas, Ioannis; Sirakoulis, Georgios Ch.; Rubio Sola, Jose Antonio (2018)
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    Cellular Automata (CA) is a nature-inspired and widespread computational model which is based on the collective and emergent parallel computing capability of units (cells) locally interconnected in an abstract brain-like ...

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