W02 Recent Trends in Memristor Science & Technology: the journey from single memristor device towards 100 trillion synapses of brain

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Date: 
2019-03-29
Time: 
08:30-17:00
Location / Room: 
TBA

Organisers

Kyeong-Sik Min, Kookmin University, KR (Contact Kyeong-Sik Min)
Ronald Tetzlaff, Technische Universit├Ąt Dresden, DE (Contact Ronald Tetzlaff)
Fernando Corinto, Politecnico di Torino, IT (Contact Fernando Corinto)

This workshop focuses on Recent Trends in Memristor Science & Technology: the journey from single memristor device towards 100 trillion synapses of brain. Memristors were predicted theoretically in 1971 and demonstrated experimentally in 2008. Since then, a lot of researches have been done to develop memristor technology for possible uses of non-volatile memories, analog circuits, computing logics, neuromorphic systems, etc. In this special workshop of memristor science and technology, we have some invited talks about the recent state-of-the-art techniques of memristor circuits & systems, integration, fabrication, etc. We also discuss how memristor-based neuromorphic systems can mimic human brain's neuronal architecture with ~1011 neurons and ~1014 synapses for realizing future neuromorphic systems. We hope that this workshop can be a premier forum, where we review the recent challenges of memristor technology and discuss future possibility of artificial-intelligence hardware which can be based on memristor science and technology.

The workshop will include only invited speakers.

Speakers and schedule to be announced.

For more information contact Kyeong-Sik Min mks@kookmin.ac.kr

Agenda

TimeLabelSession
07:30W02.1Registration Desk opens
08:30W02.2Workshops start
10:00W02.3Coffee break 1
12:00W02.4Lunch break
14:30W02.5Coffee break 2
17:30W02.6Workshops end