General Articles


Emerging Memory Technologies
Special Issue of IEEE Micro Magazine, Jan/Feb 2019

A wide variety of new memory technologies are being introduced, which provide opportunities for new architectures for future computer systems.
See here for the overview by the Guest Editors


Cyber Grand Challenge

DARPA sponsored a competition to demonstrate an AI system to automate Cyberdefense. The winning team from Carnegie Mellon University developed “Mayhem”.
For further information, see here


Hardware Acceleration
Special Issue of IEEE Micro Magazine, Nov/Dec 2018

Chips such as GPUs and FPGAs are being applied to accelerate the performance of computers.
See here for the Table of Contents of this issue


HiPEAC Vision 2019

HiPEAC is the European Network on High Performance and Embedded Architecture and Compilation. A 178-page report on the future of computing has just been issued.
See here for an overview video and the HiPEAC Vision 2019 Report


Quantum Economic Development Consortium (QED-C)

New US Government-Industry consortium initiated by NIST and SRI to promote the new technology of Quantum Information Science.
For further information, see here (PDF, 269 KB).


AMD at CES 2019

CES 2019 is showcasing the next generation in computing innovation.
Watch keynote by AMD President and CEO Dr. Lisa Su here.


Zettascale Computing by 2035?

Zetta is the metric prefix for 1021, 1000x larger than the scale for the Exascale supercomputers now under development.
See here for further information on possible Zettascale Computing, which links to the journal article


IEEE Roadmaps Guide Future Memories and Applications

The IEEE International Roadmap for Devices and Systems (IRDS) is tracking emerging memory device technologies that will be critical in the development of future high-performance computing systems.
For further information see here


US National Academies Report on the Prospects of Quantum Computing

Committee of experts promotes continued R&D and projects long-term benefits of quantum computing technology.
For further information and a link to the report, see here