and Events from NISL
[Nov. 11, 2020] The paper by D. Choi
et al. “Memristive Artificial Neural Networks of Ionic Floating Gates for
MNIST Digit Recognition” was submitted to International Symposium on
Circuits and Systems (ISCAS) 2021.
[Oct. 28, 2020] The paper by S. M.
Kang et al. “The Memristive Integrate-and-Fire (MIF) Model for Spiking
Neuronal Signal Generation” was submitted to Frontiers in Neuroscience.
[Sep. 10, 2020] The paper by A.
Ascoli et al. and S. M. Kang, “Image
Processing by Cellular Memcomputing Structures” received the Best Paper Award in Electronics of
the IEEE International Conf. on Modern Circuits and Systems Technology
(MOCAST) 2020, Bremen, Germany
[Sep. 20, 2020] The paper by X. Wang et al. and S. M. Kang,
“High-Density Memristor-CMOS Ternary Logic Family” was accepted to IEEE
Trans. on Circuits and Systems I.
Prof. Kang gave a Webinar on “CMOS-Memristor Nano
Electronics for Neuromorphic Computing” to Indus University on Jul 17,
The paper by F. Koushan and S. M. Kang, “Resistance-Based
Embedded Non-Volatile Memories as Synaptic Devices in Spiking Neural
Networks” was accepted for presentation at IEEE Workshop on Memories and
Electron Devices in Boise, ID on Apr 26, 2019.
The paper authored by J. K. Eshraghian, J. Lee, S. Baek, O.
Kavehei, N. Ganganath, W. Lei, H. Iu, D.-S. Jeong, K.-R. Cho and S. M. Kang
“CrossStack: a 2.5-D Reconfigurable ReRAM Crossbar Inference Engine”,
accepted for Lecture presentation at 2019 IEEE International Symposium on
Circuits and Systems, Sapporo, Japan from May 26-29, 2019.
Paper ”Analog Weights in ReRAM DNN Accelerators”,
co-authored by Jason Eshraghian, S. M. Kang, et al. received
the best paper award from the Artificial Intelligence Circuits
and Systems (AICAS) 2019 conference in Taiwan on March 19, 2019.
Prof. Kang visited Technical University of Munich for July
and August, 2018 under Alexander Von Humboldt Award for U.S. Senior Scientists
Ms. Peng Zhou joined NISL as an M.S. candidate to work on
Mr. Dong-Uk Choi joined NISL as a Ph.D candidate to work on
optofluidic sensor system jointly with Prof. Holger Schmidt's group.
Prof. Bae-Sun Kong of SungKyunKwan University (SKKU) in
Seoul, Korea is visiting NISL from March 2018 to March 2019 to collaborate
on neuromorphic computing.
"Formulation and Implementation of Nonlinear Integral
Equations to Model Neural Dynamics Within the Vertebrate Retina,"
by S. Baek, J.K. Eshraghian, N. Iannella, K. Cho,
Y.S. Goo, J.H. Kim, S.M. Kang, and K. Eshraghian, accepted for publication
in International Journal of neural Systems.
2017] Professor Kang delivered a keynote talk "The fourth Industrial
Revolution and Nanoscience and Engineering " at the University at
Buffalo, SUNY, for its 50th anniversary of the Department of Computer
Science and Engineering on September 30.
[September 30, 2017] Professor Kang was
awarded a Distinguished Alumni Award from the Department of Computer
Science and Engineering, University at Buffalo on September 30, 2017.
2017] Prof. Kang completed teaching EE222 High-Speed Low-Power Integrated
Circuits and EE103 Signals and Systems for the Spring 2017 quarter.
Prof. Kang visited King Abdullah International Medical Center and attended
its Board of Executive Directors meeting in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
2017] Prof. Kang visited Adesto Technologies, Santa Clara for potential
2017] An NISL affiliate, Jason Eshraghian of Chungbuk National University,
South Korea, presented a paper at the 2017 ISCAS in Balimore, MD,
"Maximization of Crossbar Array Memory Using Fundamental Memristor
2017} Prof. Kang presented a seminar at the Oregon State University on
"The Fourth Industrial Revolution and Future of Nanoelectronics."
2017] Foroozan Koushan, Ph.D. student, joined NISL.
22, 2017] Prof. Kang completed his presidency at KAIST, 15th president
(Feb. 23, 2013-Feb. 22, 2017)
- [May 26, 2015] Prof. Kang
awarded CASS John Choma Education Award , at the ISCAS-2015,
- [May 20, 2014] Prof. Kang awarded
the Doctor of Science Honoris Causa by Fairleigh Dickinson University.