We are the Scalable Energy Efficient Devices & Electronics Research (SEEDER) Group.

The demand for computational power is always increasing to tackle the toughest challenges facing the world. At SEEDER group, we believe in pushing the frontiers of scalability and energy efficiency of electronics to achieve sustainable growth in computational power. To do so, we use a holistic approach that considers relationships across the materials-devices-circuits-architectures-systems-algorithms stack, which we call as compute-technology co-optimization (CTCO). The non-exhaustive list of topics we are interested in include:

  • Alternative computing paradigms (brain-inspired and quantum-inspired computing)
  • Non-volatile memories (MRAM, RRAM, FeRAM, etc.)
  • Device technologies (2D materials, spintronics, ferroics and anti-ferroics)
  • Device/circuit modeling, cross-level co-simulation and co-optimization methodologies

Find out more about our research here.

The SEEDER group was established on December 2016 in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering at the National University of Singapore (NUS) and is directed by Asst. Prof. Kelvin Fong.

A part of the Computational Nanoelectronics & Nanodevices Laboratory
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
National University of Singapore (NUS)
Room numbers: E4-05-23 | E4-07-12
Phone: +65-6516-6658
Fax: +65-6779-1103

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