Julia Mundy

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Soft errors are going to play an increasingly critical role in logic design, as power consumption drives CMOS scaling to ever lower supply voltages and device sizes. Both of these downscaling approaches contribute to significantly increased logic signal noise variance. This paper introduces a new methodology for predicting noise probability distributions(More)
The stability of an amorphous material depends on how fast and by what mechanism crystallization occurs. Based on crystallization rate measurements through optical reflectivity changes in supercooled methanol thin films, it is observed for the first time that there is a definitive and detectable change of the crystallization mechanism at the glass(More)
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