The Beyond Moore’s Law Distinguished Lecture Series organized by Berkeley Lab’s Beyond Moore’s Law Journal Club. The lectures engage outside experts and thought leaders to stimulate the Lab community’s thinking about the next phase of semiconductor advancement and to promote community around microelectronics.
Past lectures (video recordings):
- Feb. 4, 2022: Kaushik Roy, Purdue University, “In-Memory Computing based Machine Learning Accelerators: Opportunities and Challenges”
- March 26, 2021: Steve Furber, University of Manchester, UK, “Building Brains”
- Feb. 26, 2021: Dean Tsu-Jae King Liu, UC Berkeley College of Engineering, “Nano-electro-mechanical switches for future computing paradigms”
- Jan. 29, 2021: Dmitri Nikonov, Intel, “Beyond CMOS Coupled Oscillator Computing”
- Jan. 15, 2021: Bernard Dieny, SPINTEC, “Perpendicular Shape Anisotropy Spin Transfer Torque Magnetic Random-Access Memory”