Panel Discussion

 Program Panel Discussion

Date : Nov. 8, 2021
Time : 16:00-17:40 (Korea Standard Time)

PIM (Processing in Memory) will go with Analog or Digital?
Abstract

The unprecedented growth in computing and processing has led to massive amounts of data movement from off-chip units to on-chip memories. To deal with the complex processing, shall we use analog circuits or digital circuits? If digital, what are the popular techniques and the main bottleneck? If analog, what are the emerging solutions and the design challenges? In this panel discussion session, we will have 6-7 experts as the panelists to share their view.

Organizer/Co-organizer
  • Zhihua Wang, Tsinghua University, China
  • Bo Zhao, Zhejiang University, China
Moderator
  • Seung-Tak Ryu, KAIST, South Korea
  • Bo Zhao, Zhejiang University, China
Panelists/Positions
  1. Feng Lin (Changxin Memory Technology) / Will industries embrace processing-in-memory (PIM)? And How?
  2. Tony T. Kim (Nanyang Technological University) / Will nonvolatile memories help to improve the efficiency of PIM?
  3. Ken Takeuchi (University of Tokyo) / How to heterogeneously integrate PIM for Edge AI?
  4. Yuchao Yang (Peking University, China) / How to conduct PIM through memristors?
  5. Bing Gao (Tsinghua University, China) / What’s the design challenges in analog RRAM for PIM?
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