Thank you to all speakers, poster presenters, session chairs, panelists, attendees, and members of the organizing committee for making the Fifth Berkeley Symposium the premiere event in energy efficient electronics and next-generation computing!
The Fifth Berkeley Symposium on Energy Efficient Electronic Systems & Steep Transistors Workshop was held on October 19-20, 2017, in Sutardja Dai Hall at the University of California, Berkeley, USA. This year, the Berkeley Symposium, a forum founded in 2009, joined forces with the Steep Transistors Workshop and brought together a wide array of researchers from around the world working on breakthrough improvements in energy efficiency for information processing – from devices to systems.
Topics & Presentations
The joint event featured a mixture of oral and poster presentations covering a wide range of current topics in energy efficient electronics, in the following areas:
- Analog and Digital Accelerators for Deep Learning
- Different Strategies for Neuromorphic Computing
- Systems Benefits of Lower Operating Voltage
- Negative Capacitance Transistors
- Magnetic Switching and Integration of Logic and Memory
- New Energy Efficient Computing Mechanisms
- Steep Tunnel Transistors for Reduced Operating Voltage
- Defects in Tunnel Transistors