From The Emerging Circuits and Computation Group at ITU
- Nov. 2018 We will present our work "Realization of Four-Terminal Switching Lattices: Technology Development and Circuit Modeling" in a premier conference on electronic design automation DATE 2019.
- Nov. 2018 We will present our work "A Satisfiability-Based Approximate Algorithm for Logic Synthesis Using Switching Lattices" in a premier conference on electronic design automation DATE 2019.
- June 2018 We will present our work "Integrated Synthesis Methodology for Crossbar Arrays" in a leading conference on nanocircuits/nanoarchitectures IEEE/ACM-NANOARCH 2018.
- May 2018 We will present two papers on approximate neural networks and modeling of organic transistors in SMACD 2018.
- Nov. 2017 We will present our work "Logic Synthesis and Defect Tolerance for Memristive Crossbar Arrays" in a premier conference on electronic design automation DATE 2018.
- Oct. 2017 We will present two papers on fault tolerance of nano-crossbar arrays and stochastic number generators in IEEE-ICECS 2017.
- Sept. 2017 We will give an invited talk "Nanoelectronics and Emerging Computing Techniques" in Science Unites All (SCI-ALL) 2017 - European Researchers' Night Event.
- Aug. 2017 Our two papers in the area of fault tolerance for nano-crossbar arrays are accepted in journals CSUR and TETC having impact factors of 6,8 and 3,8. This endorses our leading expertise in this area.
- PREVIOUS NEWS:
- July 2017 Our project on approximate computing and applications in image processing with learning received a grant from the TUBITAK Scientific and Technological Research Projects Funding Program (1001).
- June 2017 We place first in graduation project competition - 2017 launched by the Chamber of Electrical Engineers of Turkey (EMO); our project is titled "Implementation of a Fault-Aware 8-Bit Reversible Microprocessor".
- May 2017 We will present our work "A Power Efficient System Design Methodology Employing Approximate Arithmetic Units" in IEEE-ISVLSI 2017.
- Apr. 2017 We will present our work "Spintronic Memristor based Offset Cancellation Technique for Sense Amplifiers" in SMACD 2017.
- Dec. 2016 Our project on stochastic computing and applications in large-area electronics received a grant from the TUBITAK Scientific and Technological Research Projects Funding Program (1001).
- Nov. 2016 We will present our work "Computing with Nano-Crossbar Arrays: Logic Synthesis and Fault Tolerance" in a premier conference on electronic design automation DATE 2017.
- Aug. 2016 Our three papers are recently accepted in journals TCAD, RESS, and MVLSC. All these papers are solely made in our group from Masters studies. Good job!
- Apr. 2016 We will present our work "Accurate Synthesis of Arithmetic Operations with Stochastic Logic" in IEEE-ISVLSI 2016.
- Apr. 2016 We will present our work "Power-Delay-Area Performance Modeling and Analysis for Nano-Crossbar Arrays" in IEEE-ISVLSI 2016.
- Apr. 2016 We will give an invited talk "Circuit Design and Optimization of Nano-Crossbar Arrays" in NanoTR-12.
- Feb. 2016 We will give a plenary talk "Implementation of a Switching Nano-Crossbar Computer" in ACS 2016.
- Jan. 2016 We will present our EU H2020 project NANOxCOMP in a premier conference on electronic design automation DATE 2016.
- Dec. 2015 Our project on fault-aware reversible microprocessor implementation received a grant from the TUBITAK Short Term R&D Funding Program (1002).
- Sept. 2015 Our project on nano-crossbar computer implementation received a 724.500EURO grant from the EU H2020-MSCA Research and Innovation Staff Exchange Program (RISE). This project has a consortium of eight international partners and is coordinated by our group; we are one of the few H2020 project coordinators from Turkey.
- Aug. 2015 Our project on sensor and communication systems for phacoemulsification cataract eye surgery is invited to the final exhibition of the TUBITAK Industry Oriented Senior Project Competition (2241/B) as one of the top 40 out of more than 400 projects. The project is cooperated with Novartis-Alcon.
- Aug. 2015 We will present two papers on electronics reliability in ESREL 2015.
- May 2015 We will present our work "Defect Tolerance in Diode, FET, and Four-Terminal Switch Based Nano-Crossbar Arrays" in a globally leading conference on nanocircuits/nanoarchitectures IEEE/ACM-NANOARCH 2015.
- Feb. 2015 We will present our work "Synthesis and Optimization of Switching Nanoarrays" in IEEE-DDECS 2015.
- Nov. 2014 We will present three papers on circuit design techniques for emerging technologies in a premier national conference ELECO 2014.
- Oct. 2014 We will present our work "An Efficient Algorithm to Synthesize Quantum Circuits and Optimization" in IEEE-ICECS 2014.
- Sept. 2014 We will present our work "Warranty Forecasting of Electronic Boards using Short-term Field Data" in a globally leading reliability conference RAMS 2015.
- June 2014 We will present our work "Reliability Prediction of Electronic Boards by Analyzing Field Return Data" in ESREL 2014.
- Feb. 2014 Our project on circuit design and reliability for switching nano arrays received a grant from the TUBITAK Career Program (3501).
- Feb. 2014 Our project on quantum circuit design is supported by the ITU Research Project Support Program (BAP) and the TUBITAK MSc Scholarship Program in Priority Areas (2210/C).
- Oct. 2013 Our project on reliability of appliance electronic cards received a grant from the TUBITAK University-Industry Collaboration Grant Program (1505). The project is cooperated with Arçelik A.Ş..
Our progress by the numbers, 2013-2016
Founded in 2013, our group has made many achievements in its first three years including:
- 1.300.000 TL/$450.000 was received to be spent for our group. $300.000 came from an EU H2020 project and $150.000 came from three different TUBITAK projects. We are the principal investigator (PI) of all these 4 projects.
- 20 peer-reviewed papers were published/accepted. 13 of them are solely made in ECC -- all authors are from our group. 4 of them are coauthored by our collaborators from industry and 5 of them are coauthored by our collaborators from academia.
- 5 Masters students graduated from our group and 5 Doctoral students joined us.
Joining our group
- For current open positions click here.
- For current open postdoc positions click here.
- Visiting professors/researchers and postdoc scholars are very welcome. They are highly encouraged to apply for the following programs:
- European Union H2020 Individual Fellowships (MSCA - IF)
- TUBITAK Research Fellowship Program For Foreign Citizens (2216)
- TUBITAK National Postdoctoral Research Fellowship Program (2218)
- TUBITAK Fellowship for Visiting Scientists and Scientists on Sabbatical Leave (2221)
- TUBITAK International Fellowship for Outstanding Researchers (2232)
- TUBITAK-EU H2020 Co-Funded Brain Circulation Scheme (2236)
- Various funded research projects available for graduate and undergraduate students on the following topics:
- Circuit design for emerging technologies based on crossbar arrays
- Stochastic, bit stream, and time based computing
- Reliability of electronic circuits and systems
- Approximate computing
- Reversible circuit design
- Large-area electronics
Collaborating with our group
- We are wide open to national/international collaborations with academia and industry.
- We are dedicated to establish new partnerships for EU H2020 work programmes including, but not limited to:
- Future and Emerging Technologies (FET)
- Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), especially for ICT-06
- We are dedicated to establish new partnerships within EU Cost actions and joint international calls.
- We are also interested in industry based and market driven partnerships through EUREKA.
If interested in our group, please contact Mustafa
or stop by EEF 3005