PRiME 2020 Topic Close-up: Nonvolatile Memories and Artificial Neural Networks

Topic Close-up #8

Symposium H06: Nonvolatile Memories and Artificial Neural Networks

Symposium focus:

This symposium will focus on the following topics:

1. Ultrahigh density, fast switching memories beyond 3D NAND flash;
2. New trend of nonvolatile memories showing fast switching and ultra-low power consumption such as FeRAM and STT-MRAM;
3. Neuromorphic devices and their use for artificial neurons, synapses, and memristors with plasticity. Typically, OxRAM, CBRAM, and PCM capable of realizing STDP (spike time dependent plasticity) for neural networks.

Confirmed invited speakers:
1. Joshua Yang (UMass-Amherst), Catherine Graves (HP)
2. Daniele Ielmini (Politecnico Milano)
3. Dmitri Strukov (UCSB)
4. Duygu Kuzum (UCSD)
5. Ming Liu (CAS-Bejing)
6. Alec Talin (Sandia Lab)
7. Jean Anne Incorvia (UT Austin)

Deadline for submitting abstracts:
May 29, 2020


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