Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science


IEEE Transactions on Computers

Special Section on
 Emerging Non-volatile Memory Technologies: from Devices to Architectures and Systems

Submission deadline: February 28, 2018.

     Emerging non-volatile memory (NVM) technologies (e.g., 3D NAND flash, STT-MRAM, ReRAM, PCM, FeRAM) have attracted significant interest in recent years because of the fast-growing performance and capacity demands on memory and storage in the big data era. Well-known examples are the 3D XPoint memory (or Optane storage devices), along with various NVDIMM hybrid memory and MRAM device technologies. They have shown potential towards larger memory and storage capacities with nearly zero leakage power, while extending memory/system architecture design approaches. The unique characteristics of NVM technologies not only introduce new opportunities, but simultaneously create challenges to the designs at multiple levels of abstraction in computer systems, including those of device management, memory/storage architecture, and system design. Thus, for the emerging NVM technologies, there is an urgent need for technology innovation, modeling, analysis, design, and application, ranging from device-level to system-level.
     In this special section, IEEE Transactions on Computers seeks original manuscripts which explicitly advance the topics listed below. However, purely theoretical papers will not be suitable for consideration in this special section.

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