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  • Koki Ishida gave a presentation about “32 GHz 6.5 mW Gate-Level-Pipelined 4-bit Processor using Superconductor Single-Flux-Quantum Logic” at VLSI Symposium 2020.

  • Susumu Mashimo gave a presentation about “A Study on Efficient Out-of-Order Processors” at the doctoral dissertation defense.

  • Shuhei Matsuo gave a presentation at a Japanese domestic meeting.

  • Keitaro Oka gave a presentation about “A Study on Cache Memory Architecture Based on Data Compression for High-Performance Processors” at the doctoral dissertation defense.

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“Formation of a new computer system architecture” based on the fusion of Information and Electrical/Electronics, and “Solution of various social problems” such as energy exhaustion issues and cyber security issues are our missions. Our goals are to explore the ideal form of “Cyber-Physical Computing”, which processes large amounts of data generated in the real world with high efficiency, and develop applied technologies for practical use with utilizing it in the real world.

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  • 2020.06.16
    Koki Ishida gave a presentation about “32 GHz 6.5 mW Gate-Level-Pipelined 4-bit Processor using Superconductor Single-Flux-Quantum Logic” at VLSI Symposium 2020.
  • 2020.01.30
    Susumu Mashimo gave a presentation about “A Study on Efficient Out-of-Order Processors” at the doctoral dissertation defense.
  • 2020.01.29
    Shuhei Matsuo gave a presentation at a Japanese domestic meeting.
  • 2020.01.20
    Keitaro Oka gave a presentation about “A Study on Cache Memory Architecture Based on Data Compression for High-Performance Processors” at the doctoral dissertation defense.
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