Systems on Nanoscale Information Fabrics

Transforming computing for the nanoscale era.
Stochastic Information Processing Systems
Information-Based Mixed Signal Interfaces
Cognitive Information Processing Systems
Nanofunctions & Nanoprimitives

SONIC is a multi-university research center focusing on the design of robust, energy efficient, and intelligent computing platforms using emerging nanoscale devices, which are inspired by the information processing principles found in communication and biological systems.


  • SONIC e-workshop (Farhan Rana; Graphene Plasmonic Transmission Lines for Low-Loss and Low-Distortion Signal Propagation at High Frequencies with Reduced Propagation Delays)
  • SONIC e-workshop (Zhengya Zhang; Topic TBD)

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Recent Publications

  • "Hysteresis in Carbon Nanotube Transistors: Measurement and Analysis of Trap Density, Energy Level, and Spatial Distribution," ACS Nano; Download Now
  • "Design Techniques for a 60 Gb/s 173 mW Wireline Receiver Frontend in 65 nm CMOS Technology," IEEE JOURNAL OF SOLID-STATE CIRCUITS; Download Now
  • "Compressive Channel Estimation and Tracking for Large Arrays in mm-Wave Picocells," IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Signal Processing; Download Now
  • "3-D Resistive Memory Arrays: From Intrinsic Switching Behaviors to Optimization Guidelines," IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices; Download Now

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