JW Insights: China ranks second in the number of research papers on automotive-grade SoC chips
Chinese article by 爱集微
English Editor 张未名
04-27 15:05

By Li Panpan

(JW Insights) Apr 27 -- China ranked second in the number of research papers on automotive-grade SoC chips in the list topped by the US, which has a nearly-doubled number compared to China, according to the latest JW Insights report.

The report analyzes academic papers published in the world's top journals in automotive-grade SoC chips in the past two decades in terms of publishing trends, source countries/regions, funding institutions, and hot topics.

As of the end of February 2023, nearly 400 papers on automotive-grade SoC chips have been published globally, showing a zigzagging upward trend. With the spread of intelligent automotive applications, the number of articles published annually has increased significantly since 2017, said the report.

The global research on automotive-grade SoC chips is mainly concentrated in the United States, China, Spain, Germany, India, and others.

Most of those papers are published in the second and third divisions of Journal Citation Reports' (JCR) computer science and electrical and electronic engineering fields, such as "sensors,” "IEEE access,” and "applied physics letters,” said the report.

Those papers focus on chip design, algorithm models, sensor fusion, environmental detection, machine vision, task execution, and network units. Their technical improvements mainly focus on enhancing performance, optimizing management strategies, and reducing energy consumption.

JW Insights is the leading Chinese consulting service for the country's semiconductor and ICT industries. The detailed report is available on JW Insights' official website and app in Chinese (

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