On the Fast Track to the Frontier of High-Energy Physics
Grant number: DP160100315 | Funding period: 2016 - 2019
This project aims to extend our reach in exploring fundamental physics by exploiting a novel fast pattern-recognition technique and extending its limit beyond the current capacity. The recent discovery of the Higgs boson confirmed the remaining element of the standard model of particle physics, yet many fundamental questions about the microscopic nature of the universe remain. The Large Hadron Collider upgrades provide an opportunity to measure the particle's properties and to discover new physics processes by enabling searches for new particles at the high-energy frontier. This project aims to exploit the unique datasets anticipated, develop key electronic components and new techniques that..View full description
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Characterization of an Associative Memory Chip in 28 nm CMOS Technology
Alberto Annovi, Giovanni Calderini, Stefano Capra, Bruno Checcucci, Francesco Crescioli, Francesco De Canio, Giacomo Fedi, Luca Frontini, Maroua Garci, Christos Gentsos, Takashi Kubota, Valentino Liberali, Fabrizio Palla, Jafar Shojaii, Calliope-Louisa Sotiropoulou, Alberto Stabile, Gianluca Traversi, Sebastien Viret
This paper presents the characterization of the new Associative Memory chip (version 7) designed and fabricated in 28 nm CMOS. The..