1) Computational capabilities of Coupled Oscillatory Systems – Radio Talk
JUNE 2014, KPFT 90.1 PACIFICA RADIO, HOUSTON
Radio Interview on KPFT 90.1 Pacifica Radio Houston:
Prof. Arijit Raychowdhury and Prof. Suman Datta (Penn State) discuss with Mike DeLeonardis of KPFT Radio the computational capabilities of oscillatory networks.
2) Coupled Oscillators – Simulation Video
MAY 2014, ICSRL, GATECH
Simulation Video (developed by Abhinav Parihar):
Non-linear dynamics of coupled relaxation oscillators have been solved to explain recent experimental data. It illustrates the rich dynamics of coupled oscillators, including phase and frequency locking.
3) Non-Volatile Memories Workshop 2011 – Session on Devices
MARCH 2011, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO
Invited Tutorial on Spin-Transfer Torque Based Embedded Memory:
In this talk, Arijit Raychowdhury presented the design techniques, challenges and outlook for Spin-Transfer Torque based embedded dense memory with a particular emphasis on failure modes in a subarray.
4) NanoHUB Online Tools and Simulations – Simulating with PETE
JULY 2007, PURDUE UNIVERSITY
Tutorial on PETE-Purdue Emerging Technology Evaluator:
PETE is a tool written by Arijit Raychowdhury to evaluate the performance of any transistor like device for digital logic operation. The tool has subsequently been used by numerous researchers from all over the world, and was also used as a benchmarking tool by the different research vectors under the Nano-electronic Research Initiative. Here’s a tutorial on the capabilities of the tool and links to where you can find it.
More details on the tool and the corresponding slides can be found on the Nanohub webpage here.