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Teunissen, Jamie (author)
This thesis delves into reconfigurable computing architecture (RCA) design based on emerging embedded non-volatile memory (eNVM) technologies. Traditional Field-Programmable Gate Arrays, while efficient, face inherent limitations when it comes to power consumption and reconfigurability, primarily due to their set amount of resources and reliance...
master thesis 2023
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Karatza, Dimitra (author)
The current trend towards the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) and graphics processing unit (GPU) technologies has resulted in the development of embedded hybrid GPU-AI accelerators, which offer high computational power and energy efficiency. One of the key challenges in designing such accelerators is ensuring their timing correctness...
master thesis 2023
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Costantini, Jacopo (author)
RISC-V is an open-source Instruction Set Architecture that offers a simple, modular, and scalable design. Its extensions allow for customization and optimization based on specific execution workloads. One of these workloads could be quantum computing, which exploits the concepts of superposition and entanglement to manipulate qubits and perform...
master thesis 2023
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Dreef, Matti (author)
Quantum computing is a promising means of satisfying the ever-increasing need for more and faster computations. While some specific applications can already benefit from quantum computing today, a large-scale general-purpose quantum computer is yet to be developed. Many different technologies are being explored to reach this goal, color centers...
master thesis 2023
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Miao, Michael (author)
Due to recent developments in DNA sequencing technology, there is a growing abundance of available genomic data. To process this information for use in fields such as healthcare and forensics, raw sequencing data have to be processed using computationally intensive algorithms. Currently, one of the major bottlenecks in this processing pipeline...
master thesis 2023
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Kruijsse, Hendrik Jan (author)
Nowadays, the society strongly depends on computer networks and systems as a means of reliable communication and data storage. In order to maintain absolute security of the networks and thus the society, one would need to separate everything, but this is not feasible. Consequently, sharing of resources is inevitable. There are security products...
master thesis 2023
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Arumugam, AMIRTHA VARSHINY (author)
Input qubit control signals from an arbitrary waveform generator (AWG) operating at room temperature undergo linear dynamical distortions as it traverses various electrical components on the control line connecting to the quantum device. <br/>If uncompensated for, such distortions can have detrimental effects on gate performance, affecting...
master thesis 2023
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Rijkeboer, Mats (author)
Highly accurate time sources, such as Cesium-based or GPS clocks, are the best candidates to provide a correct notion of time, but are too costly and impractical for implementation in every modern digital device. Ubiquitously, (crystal) oscillators are employed instead. To maintain a shared notion of time, the offsets and drift/jitter have to be...
master thesis 2023
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Sun, Chen (author)
The prosperity of the Internet-of-Things (IoT) imposes increasing demand on endpoint microcontroller-based devices' performance and energy efficiency. The MCUs are demanded to process the raw data acquired from the sensors with the integer-based workload, such as digital signal processing (DSP) algorithms and quantized neural network (QNN)...
master thesis 2022
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Bakker, Roy (author)
Information exchange through the countless webservices is central in the current age of technology, which increases the importance for security in these developments. One such security feature is the validation of data based on standardized data structures. The aim of this thesis is to develop a flexible hardware-accelerated text-based...
master thesis 2022
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Yu, Quanhao (author)
With the replacements of coal and nuclear plants with renewable energy sources such as Type-3 and Type-4 wind turbines and photovoltaic system, the fault current levels of the electrical power system become lower. This leads to a weakened ability of the commercial distance relays to detect fault currents. Therefore, new fault detection...
master thesis 2022
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de Ronde, Folkert (author)
The world of quantum computing is still quickly developing and growing as it is searching for the best technology to implement quantum bits. One of these technologies is a diamond-based quantum computer using nitrogen-vacancy (NV) centers. In order to sustain the mentioned growth, the limits of electronics as well as computer engineering need to...
master thesis 2022
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de Jong, Jan (author)
Functional ultrasound is by now a well-established technique in the neuroscience community to measure brain activity. However, the transcranial application of functional ultrasound on humans, with the exception of the acoustic windows in the skull, remains a huge challenge because of the properties of the cranial bone the acoustic waves will...
master thesis 2022
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Geijsen, Kamron (author)
This paper presents a preliminary study of the set of trade-offs of UC-Berkley’s RISC-V instruction set architecture experiences, due to its lack of the Scaled Index addressing mode. The strong majority of the popular Instruction Sets such as x86, ARM, MIPS and PowerPC include relatively complex ways to calculate memory addresses (addressing...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Verrer, Daan (author)
Modern implementations of encryption algorithms on CPU’s that use frequent memory lookups of precomputed functions, are vulnerable to Cache based Side­Channel Attacks. The ρ­-VEX processor, a runtime reconfigurable VLIW processor developed at the Computer and Quantum Engineering department at the TU Delft was identified to possibly allow for...
master thesis 2021
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Belloli, Davide (author)
The issue of securing microchip designs against hardware attacks has grown in magnitude as more and more embedded systems are deployed in hostile environments, where security measures have to be taken to prevent attackers from accessing unwanted information.<br/>The first step in solving this problem is gaining awareness of the security...
master thesis 2021
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Koene, Davy (author)
With the increase in the amount of data being gathered, the need for data processing is also rising. Furthermore, in addition to the proprietary ISAs that have been prevalent, the free and open RISC-V ISA has seen major interest. The modularity of the RISC-V ISA allows it to be extended with many instruction set extensions. One such extension...
master thesis 2021
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van Wingerden, Quinten (author)
Nowadays, the need for better and faster computing searches for solutions in the field of quantum computing. It is believed that quantum computing can and will surpass conventional, classical computing. When quantum computing surpasses classical computing, it is called quantum supremacy. There are many different projects that use different...
master thesis 2021
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Veselka, David (author)
Implantable Medical Devices (IMDs) are deployed in patients to treat a range of medical conditions. Technological advancements have enabled manufacturers to fit IMDs with specialized hardware that accelerates compute-intensive medical therapies next to a software-run host processor. However, mostly hardware acceleration is found in the form of...
master thesis 2021
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den Boer, Hans (author)
Recently, interest in the use of deep learning technology for RF applications has increased. However, many of these studies are focused on developing deep learning models for a particular RF application. Therefore this master thesis focuses on the implementation of these kinds of deep learning models by using FPGAs such that these deep learning...
master thesis 2021
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