Design CMOS circuitry to unleash the potential of nonvolatile computing-in-memory in terms of energy-efficiency, speed, and scale for AI edge processors
Meng-Fan ChangDistinguished Professor, National Tsing Hua University
- National Tsing Hua University
About Meng-Fan Chang
Meng-Fan Chang received the M.S. degree from The Pennsylvania State University, US, and the Ph.D. degree from the National Chiao Tung University, Hisnchu, Taiwan, respectively. Currently, he is a Distinguished Professor at National Tsing Hua University (NTHU), Taiwan. Before 2006, he has worked in industry over 10 years. Dr. Chang has been serving as an associate editor for IEEE TVLSI, IEEE TCAD. He also has been serving as a guest editor of IEEE JSSC, IEEE TCAS-I, IEEE TCAS-II, and IEEE JETCAS. He has been serving on technical program committees for ISSCC, IEDM (Ex-com and MT chair), DAC (sub-com chair), ISCAS (track co-chair), A-SSCC, ASP-DAC (track chair), VLSI-DAT (track chair) and numerous international conferences. He is also a Fellow of the IEEE. His research interests include circuit designs for volatile and nonvolatile memory, nonvolatile logics, ultra-low-voltage systems, 3D-memory, circuit-device interactions, spintronics circuits, memristor logics for neuromorphic computing, and computing-in-memory for Artificial Intelligence.