21 November 2014

Cancelled - Practical Applications of Solid-state Memristors

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SCI's Biotechnology Group in conjunction with the University of Westminster

University of Westminster

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Large attention has been recently given to a novel technology named memristor, for having the potential of becoming the new electronic device standard. Memristors are dynamic nanoscale electron devices that are nowadays regarded as a promising solution for establishing next-generation memory, owing to their potential of achieving 'more' (functionality/information storage) for 'less' (power and physical dimensions). Most interestingly, it has been envisioned that mimicking the functionality of biological brain systems will fulfill its potential.

During this talk, Dr Prodromakis will present how memristors can be exploited in practical applications, with particular emphasis in the areas of analogue IC design and neuromorphic systems.


Dr Themis Prodromakis, Southampton Nanofabrication Centre, ECS, University of Southampton
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University of Westminster

University of Westminster, School of Life Sciences, 115 New Cavendish Street London W1W 6UW


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