Neuromorphic and Switching Oxides: Dr Stefano Brivio ; Dr. Mark Buckwell

The reversible breakdown of oxides has proved useful in developing high density RAM memories and in reducing the power of machine learning accelerators. But beyond this, it also has applications in bio-inspired computing a field otherwise known as Neuromorphic computing. Spikes play are a key component of biological computers and in this seminar we will discuss observations of spiking within oxides via CAFM as well as the analysis of such spikes using telegraph noise theory and considering the motion of ions within the oxide.

We will be joined by speakers from with speakers from UCL EEE and the Agrate UNIT of the Institute for Microelectronics and Microsystems – National Research Council of Italy.

Speakers: Dr. Mark Buckwell, Dr. Stefano Brivio

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