Prof. Bhunia receives new grant (as co-PI) from Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) on microchip integrity analysis, April 2011.
Graduate student Somnath Paul receives the Ruth Barber Moon award, 2011, from the Case School of Graduate Studies for academic promise and leadership, April 2011.
Prof. Bhunia receives new grant from Intel Corporation's Academic Research Office (ARO) on low-power processor design, March 2011.
Research results on low-power robust memory is published in IEEE Transactions on Computers, special issue on dependable architecture, Nov 2010.
Prof. Bhunia serves as Program Chair for the 17th IEEE International Mixed-Signals, Sensors, and Systems Test Workshop (IMS3TW'11), Nov 2010.
New book on "Low-Power and Variation-Tolerant Design in Nanometer Silicon" co-edited by Prof. Bhunia is published by Springer, Nov 2010.
Nature Nanotechnology features the work on mechanical logic in "Research Highlights", Oct 2010. [Link]
Prof. Bhunia becomes Associate Editor of ACM Journal on Emerging Technologies in Computing Systems (JETC), Oct 2010. [Link]
Prof. Bhunia receives new National Science Foundation (NSF) grant on healing of integrated circuits, Sept 2010. [Link]
Doctoral student Rajat Subhra Chakraborty joins Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur as a tenure-track faculty, Aug 2010.
Prof. Bhunia receives new National Science Foundation (NSF) grant on low-power multimedia signal processing, July 2010. [Link]
Graduate student Somnath Paul selected as semi-finalist in ACM Student Research Competition, July 2010.
Prof. Bhunia serves as a Guest Editor for the IEEE Design & Test special issue (Nov-Dec 2010) on "Post-silicon Calibration and Repair", March 2010.
Welcome to the Homepage of Nanoscape Research Laboratory!
Nanoscape is the nanocomputing research laboratory in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) at Case Western Reserve University. Research efforts in the lab are led by Prof. Swarup Bhunia. The workforce in the research lab consists of graduate, undergraduate as well as high school students. The research effort in Nanoscape is sponsored by National Science Foundation (NSF), Department of Defense (DoD), Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Intel Corporation and Case Western Reserve University. In Nanoscape, the principal research thrust is nanocomputing, using both nanoscale CMOS as well as emerging nanodevices. In particular, the lab focuses on developing model, architecture and circuit techniques for reliable, low-power, reconfigurable and secure nanoelectronic system design and their applications. Two specific application areas that the lab explores are bio-implantable electronics (for neural recording and stimulation) as well as poly-SiC based high-temperature electronics. Research work in Nanoscape has resulted in over 100 publications in premier journals and conferences and led to number of collaborations.