H.-S. Philip Wong
H.-S. Philip Wong
Professor of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
Verified email at stanford.edu
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Metal–oxide RRAM
HSP Wong, HY Lee, S Yu, YS Chen, Y Wu, PS Chen, B Lee, FT Chen, ...
Proceedings of the IEEE 100 (6), 1951-1970, 2012
19382012
Device scaling limits of Si MOSFETs and their application dependencies
DJ Frank, RH Dennard, E Nowak, PM Solomon, Y Taur, HSP Wong
Proceedings of the IEEE 89 (3), 259-288, 2001
16512001
Phase change memory
HSP Wong, S Raoux, SB Kim, J Liang, JP Reifenberg, B Rajendran, ...
Proceedings of the IEEE 98 (12), 2201-2227, 2010
14862010
CMOS scaling into the nanometer regime
Y Taur, DA Buchanan, W Chen, DJ Frank, KE Ismail, SH Lo, ...
Proceedings of the IEEE 85 (4), 486-504, 1997
11451997
Carbon nanotube computer
MM Shulaker, G Hills, N Patil, H Wei, HY Chen, HSP Wong, S Mitra
Nature 501 (7468), 526-530, 2013
8742013
Nanoelectronic programmable synapses based on phase change materials for brain-inspired computing
D Kuzum, RGD Jeyasingh, B Lee, HSP Wong
Nano letters 12 (5), 2179-2186, 2012
8582012
A compact SPICE model for carbon-nanotube field-effect transistors including nonidealities and its application—Part I: Model of the intrinsic channel region
J Deng, HSP Wong
IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices 54 (12), 3186-3194, 2007
7852007
Beyond the conventional transistor
HSP Wong
IBM Journal of Research and Development 46 (2.3), 133-168, 2002
7522002
Synaptic electronics: materials, devices and applications
D Kuzum, S Yu, HSP Wong
Nanotechnology 24 (38), 382001, 2013
7432013
MoS2 transistors with 1-nanometer gate lengths
SB Desai, SR Madhvapathy, AB Sachid, JP Llinas, Q Wang, GH Ahn, ...
Science 354 (6308), 99-102, 2016
7372016
A compact SPICE model for carbon-nanotube field-effect transistors including nonidealities and its application—Part II: Full device model and circuit performance benchmarking
J Deng, HSP Wong
IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices 54 (12), 3195-3205, 2007
6702007
Nanoscale cmos
HSP Wong, DJ Frank, PM Solomon, CHJ Wann, JJ Welser
Proceedings of the IEEE 87 (4), 537-570, 1999
6301999
An electronic synapse device based on metal oxide resistive switching memory for neuromorphic computation
S Yu, Y Wu, R Jeyasingh, D Kuzum, HSP Wong
IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices 58 (8), 2729-2737, 2011
5792011
Memory leads the way to better computing
HSP Wong, S Salahuddin
Nature nanotechnology 10 (3), 191-194, 2015
4572015
Carbon nanotube and graphene device physics
HSP Wong, D Akinwande
Cambridge University Press, 2011
4122011
The end of CMOS scaling: toward the introduction of new materials and structural changes to improve MOSFET performance
T Skotnicki, JA Hutchby, TJ King, HSP Wong, F Boeuf
IEEE Circuits and Devices Magazine 21 (1), 16-26, 2005
4072005
Device design considerations for double-gate, ground-plane, and single-gated ultra-thin SOI MOSFET's at the 25 nm channel length generation
HSP Wong, DJ Frank, PM Solomon
International Electron Devices Meeting 1998. Technical Digest (Cat. No …, 1998
4071998
Technology and device scaling considerations for CMOS imagers
HS Wong
IEEE Transactions on electron Devices 43 (12), 2131-2142, 1996
3861996
A low energy oxide‐based electronic synaptic device for neuromorphic visual systems with tolerance to device variation
S Yu, B Gao, Z Fang, H Yu, J Kang, HSP Wong
Advanced Materials 25 (12), 1774-1779, 2013
3702013
In-memory computing with resistive switching devices
D Ielmini, HSP Wong
Nature Electronics 1 (6), 333-343, 2018
3662018
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