Priyamvada Vijayakumar

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This fabric update summarizes recent advances for the Nanoscale Application Specific Integrated Circuits (NASICs) nanoscale computing fabric. We provide a brief overview of NASICs, and discuss recent work at all fabric levels. We present advances in device design and optimization including omega gated and junctionless nanowire field effect transistors,(More)
— Several nanoscale-computing fabrics based on novel materials such as semiconductor nanowires, carbon nanotubes, graphene, etc. have been proposed in recent years. However, their integration and interfacing with external CMOS has received only limited attention. In this paper we explore integration challenges for nanoscale fabrics focusing on registration(More)
— Emerging nano-device based architectures are expected to experience high defect rates associated with the manufacturing process. In this paper, we introduce a novel built-in heterogeneous fault-tolerance scheme, which incorporates redundant circuitry into the design to provide fault tolerance. A thorough analysis of the new scheme was carried out for(More)
Reliable and scalable manufacturing of nanofabrics entails significant challenges. Scalable nanomanufacturing approaches that employ the use of lithographic masks in conjunction with nanofabrication based on self-assembly have been proposed. A bottom-up fabrication of nanoelectronic circuits is expected to be subject to various defects and identifying the(More)
Cloud is a promising architecture for diversified areas of computing and communication paradigm for ease, efficient, on the spot solution for all computing needs of everyone. Most of the people are using cloud directly or indirectly to avail the resources like software, platforms and infrastructure according to their need. With the increase in need, the(More)
—Various fault-tolerance techniques have been proposed in recent years to tolerate the high defect rates expected in emerging nanofabrics with unconventional nano-manufacturing techniques. The proposed techniques include modular redundancy schemes that use majority voters to vote on the '0' or 1' outputs of redundant modules. Novel nanoscale computational(More)
Active Power Filters (APFs) have become a potential option in mitigating the harmonics and reactive power compensation in single-phase and three-phase AC power networks with Non-Linear Loads (NLLs). Conventionally, the assessment of gain values for Proportional plus Integral (PI) controllers used in APF employs model based controllers. The gain values(More)