NanoComputing Research Laboratory
The NanoComputing Research Laboratory is located in GLE-3430 in the Department of Computer Engineering at RIT. The main objective of this laboratory is to design and build energy efficient and reliable computing systems at Nanoscale CMOS and post-CMOS. The research focus in Nanoscale CMOS is stratified in to process variation tolerant designs, self-healing architectures, subthreshold digital CMOS design, Dynamic thermal management, and Leakage Power Optimization techniques. In post-CMOS, our work focuses on designing flexible and dynamically reconfigurable memristor-based fabrics. The NanoComputing Research Lab was supported with a gift by Mr. John Malvaso, FSI Systems. Faculty: Drs. Dhireesha Kudithipudi and Marcin Lukowiak.