Laboratory for Emerging Devices and Circuits at School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology is directed by Prof. Shimeng Yu.

We design the energy-efficient computing system based on emerging nanoelectronic devices and 3D integration technologies, for example, the hardware accelerators for machine/deep learning with CMOS and beyond CMOS (resistive and ferroelectric) technologies.

Our research expands from nanofabrication, device modeling, circuit-device interaction, prototype chip design and tape-out, design automation, to architecture and algorithms co-optimization. Experimental research activities are performed with facilities in the cleanroom at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Our current projects are sponsored by NSF, DARPA, DOE, SRC/DARPA JUMP 2.0 program, and industry (including TSMC, Intel, Samsung, IMEC, etc.). Cumulative funding of our research group exceeds >$15M.

Our lab is located at Pettit Microelectronics Research Center at Georgia Tech main campus.

Address: 791 Atlantic Dr NW, Atlanta, GA 30332

Direction: After arriving at visitor parking area 4 across the Marcus Nanotechnology Building (345 Ferst Dr NW, Atlanta, GA 30318), follow a short walking path.