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Chia-Lin Yang, National Taiwan University, ONLINE

Event Date: December 7, 2020 10:0

In-Memory Computing for AI

SFB876 Gast


In-memory computing provides a promising solution to improve the energy efficiency of AI algorithms. ReRAM-based crossbar architecture has gained a lot of attention recently. A few studies have shown the successful tape out of CIM ReRAM macros. In this talk, I will introduce ReRAM-based DNN accelerator designs, with emphasis on the system-level simulation method and techniques to exploit sparsity.

Short bio:

Chia-Lin Yang is a Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering at NTU. Her research is in the area of computer architecture and system with focuses on storage/NVM architecture and AI-enabled edge computing. She was the General Co-chair for ISLPED 2017/Micro 2016, and the Program Co-Chair for ISLPED 2016. Dr. Yang is currently serving as an Associate Editor for IEEE Transaction on Computer-Aided Design, IEEE Computer Architecture Letter and in the editorial board for IEEE Design & Test. She has also served on the technical program committees of several IEEE/ACM conferences, such as ISCA, ASPLOS, HPCA, ISLPED, IPDPS, ICCD, DAC, ICCAD, ISSS+CODES, CASES, Date, ASP-DAC. She received the best paper award of ISLPED 2009, the 2005 and 2010 IBM Faculty Award,2014 NTU EECS Academic Contribution Award, and 2019 Distinguished Electrical Engineering Professor, Chinese Inst. of Electrical Engineering.


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