AIHW Artificial Intelligence Hardware
SRC's Global Research Collaboration is pleased to introduce the Artificial Intelligence Hardware (AI Hardware) program which combines foundations of two previous efforts, System-Level Design (SLD) and Efficiency and Performance for Connectivity Constrained Computing (EP3C), and joins them with new ideas on the frontier of hardware applications. More »
AMS-CSD Analog/Mixed-Signal Circuits, Systems, and Devices
This research extends the frontiers of analog/mixed-signal/RF design and technology by creating fundamental innovations in integrated circuits and systems that improve energy efficiency, health care, public safety, and security. More »
CADT Computer-Aided Design and Test
Computer-aided design and test are critical to extracting the highest performance from each technology node, poised to leverage new technologies—and needed to squeeze even more out of older technologies. More »
ESH Environment, Safety and Health
Exploration of greener material and process pathways is critically important in enabling environmentally friendly and sustainable manufacturing solutions for future semiconductor devices. More »
HWS Hardware Security
Focusing on tools, techniques, and strategies for the design and manufacture of trustworthy chips and systems. More »
LMD Logic and Memory Devices
This research acquires scientific knowledge and innovation in logic and memory devices, required for optimum IC performance in speed, density, and power. More »
NMP Nanomanufacturing Materials and Processes
The need for integrating new materials and processes in each new generation of semiconductor manufacturing technology has become more the norm than the exception in striving to achieve gains in density, performance, and functionality. More »
Focusing on advanced packaging solutions for high performance computing, Internet of Things, and extreme environment applications. More »
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