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BeFerroSynaptic SIGNED

BEOL technology platform based on ferroelectric synaptic devices for advanced neuromorphic processors

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Project "BeFerroSynaptic" data sheet

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Coordinator
NAMLAB GGMBH 

Organization address
address: NOTHNITZER STRASSE 64
city: DRESDEN
postcode: 1187
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 Coordinator Country Germany [DE]
 Total cost 3˙998˙928 €
 EC max contribution 3˙998˙928 € (100%)
 Programme 1. H2020-EU.2.1.1. (INDUSTRIAL LEADERSHIP - Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies - Information and Communication Technologies (ICT))
 Code Call H2020-ICT-2019-2
 Funding Scheme RIA
 Starting year 2020
 Duration (year-month-day) from 2020-01-01   to  2022-12-31

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# participants  country  role  EC contrib. [€] 
1    NAMLAB GGMBH DE (DRESDEN) coordinator 491˙967.00
2    COMMISSARIAT A L ENERGIE ATOMIQUE ET AUX ENERGIES ALTERNATIVES FR (PARIS 15) participant 677˙418.00
3    HELMHOLTZ-ZENTRUM BERLIN FUR MATERIALIEN UND ENERGIE GMBH DE (BERLIN) participant 406˙750.00
4    UNIVERSITAT ZURICH CH (ZURICH) participant 392˙862.00
5    UNIVERSITAET BIELEFELD DE (BIELEFELD) participant 387˙625.00
6    IBM RESEARCH GMBH CH (RUESCHLIKON) participant 364˙750.00
7    X-FAB Dresden GmbH & Co. KG DE (DRESDEN) participant 313˙000.00
8    "NATIONAL CENTER FOR SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH ""DEMOKRITOS""" EL (AGIA PARASKEVI) participant 307˙000.00
9    CONSORZIO NAZIONALE INTERUNIVERSITARIO PER LA NANOELETTRONICA IT (BOLOGNA) participant 303˙250.00
10    EIDGENOESSISCHE TECHNISCHE HOCHSCHULE ZUERICH CH (ZUERICH) participant 262˙305.00
11    TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITAET DRESDEN DE (DRESDEN) participant 92˙000.00

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 Project objective

The increasing amount of data that has to be processed in today’s electronic devices requires a transition from the conventional compute centric paradigm to a more data centric paradigm. In order to bridge the existing gap between memory and logic units that is known as the classical von Neumann bottleneck the concept of physical separation between computing and memory unit has to be repealed. Neuro inspired architectures constitute a promising solution where both logic and memory functionality become synergized together in one synaptic unit. Our project BeFerroSynaptic addresses the specific challenges of the H2020-WP 2018-2020 by targeting for the development of electronic synaptic devices based on one of the most power-efficient memory technologies – the ferroelectric polarization switching. The ultimate goal of the BeFerroSynaptic project is to develop a ‘ferrosynaptic’ technology platform featuring back-end-of-line (BEOL) integrated Hf(Zr)O2-based ferroelectric field-effect transistors (FeFETs) and ferroelectric tunnelling junctions (FTJs) on top of an existing CMOS technology. Our attempt is to demonstrate the feasibility (TRL 4) of the ‘ferrosynaptic’ concept in an extremely energy-efficient neuromorphic computing architecture. To ensure a realistic endeavour, the ambitious challenges will be tackled by building the complementary FTJ and FeFET device development on existing technologies and adapt it to BEOL integration on top of a CMOS technology, and building on existing neuromorphic processor designs that will be adapted to the ‘ferrosynaptic’ technology. The BeFerroSynaptic consortium assembles a significant amount of resources and expertise. It includes representatives both from the academic and research community as well as from industry. The consortium is composed of 11 partners, of which 5 RTOs partners (CEA, NaMLab, NCSRD, IUNET, HZB), 4 universities (UZH, ETH, UNIBI, TUD as project consultant) and 2 industrial partners (X-FAB, IBM).

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