Divya Kaushik Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India, Advances in Magnetism Award

MELVILLE, N.Y., AIP Publishing congratulates Divya Kaushik, a lookup student at the Indian Institute of Technology in Delhi, India, for receiving the first Advances in Magnetism Award for her work in analyzing the diagram of peripheral analog circuits for on-chip learning.


Kaushik's paper, Comparing area wall synapse with different nonvolatile reminiscence units for on-chip mastering in analog hardware neural network, was once chosen from a pool of seven finalists that submitted papers in the course of the 2019 Magnetism and Magnetic Materials Conference, held in Las Vegas, Nevada. Her paper used to be posted in 2020 via AIP Advances, with the aid of AIP Publishing, which backed the award.

"I am honored my paper obtained chosen as the winner of the Advances in Magnetism Award backed through AIP Advances," Kaushik said. "I heartily thank the determination committee and AIP Advances for recognizing and honoring my work in the field. This is and will continue to be a steady supply of encouragement to me for all the time to come. I additionally thank the organizing committee for deciding on such a applicable theme for the conference."

The determination committee selected Kaushik's work on the improvement of analog neural networks for on-chip learning, due to the fact it offers with a very well timed subject matter and met the three primary standards for consideration: scientific merit, originality and creativity, and achievable for impact. It additionally represents one of the first research that proposes a direct assessment between a spintronic synapse and a RRAM/PCM synapse with recognize to on-chip getting to know in neural networks hardware.

"The simulations contained in the paper are attractive to a extensive readership, ranging from researchers concerned in gadget improvement to these aiming to put into effect these neural networks into actual lifestyles applications," stated Victorino Franco, 2019 MMM publications chair and choice committee member.

As a lookup scholar, Kaushik is presently working on the implementation of analog hardware neural networks the usage of spintronics-based synapse units and transistor-based circuits beneath the practise of Debanjan Bhowmik, assistant professor in the branch of electrical engineering at IIT Delhi. She has authored 5 journal papers in this lookup place so far.

"Even although the decision committee did no longer take into account the profession stage of the first creator all through the contrast process, it was once a first-rate consequence to realise that the winner is a PhD student," stated Franco. "It is our pleasure to congratulate Ms. Kaushik for the hard-earned award and desire her a very profitable career."

Kaushik will acquire $3,500 money prize, and her work will be featured in the course of the sixty fifth Annual Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, which will be held as a digital convention from Nov. 2-6, 2020.

To be eligible for the Advances in Magnetism Award, an MMM convention paper should be normal for ebook in AIP Advances. An award choice committee evaluations papers nominated with the aid of the e-book editors who are dealing with the manuscripts for a contemporary MMM conference. The award is given to the first creator of the prevailing paper 

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