Secure and Efficient NanoElectronic Computer Architectures

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SENECA group at the University of Tennessee

We are a research group consisting of faculty, graduate and undergraduate researchers in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Tennessee, led by Dr. Garrett S. Rose. Our research is focused on memristive neuromorphic computing, emerging nanotechnology based hardware security and nanoelectric memory and logic design.

Job Opportunity: Post-Doctoral Research Associate in the SENECA Research Group
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