DescriptionWith the decline and eventual end of historical rates of lithographic scaling, we arrive at a crossroad where synergistic and holistic decisions are required to preserve Moore’s law technology scaling. Numerous emerging technologies aim to extend digital electronics scaling of performance, energy efficiency, and computational power/density, ranging from devices (transistors), memories, 3D integration capabilities, specialized architectures, photonics, and others. The wide range of technology options creates the need for an integrated strategy to understand the impact of these emerging technologies on future large- scale digital systems for diverse application requirements and optimization metrics. To this end, we present PARADISE, a comprehensive modeling suite to evaluate different kinds of emerging technologies from the transistor level all the way up to the architecture. We will demonstrate how to model new devices and architectures at the low level, and then use the characterization results as inputs to the architectural level, and this way conduct experiments to illustrate the high-level impact of new devices. PARADISE is based on open-source tools and currently uses important HPC kernels to specialize hardware.