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First Workshop on Memristors


01 Jul 2024
Campus Nord UPC

IMB-CNM researchers Francesca Campabadal and Mireia Bargalló are members of the Scientific Committee

Memristors are nowadays considered key elements in many different areas of electronics such as information storage, neural networks, in-memory computing, cryptography, etc.  Since the proposal of the first practical application of a memristor by HP in 2008, the interest in the theoretical foundations and uses of these devices has been growing relentless and many research groups worldwide devote important efforts to the fabrication, modeling, simulation, circuit design, and development of system applications. However, despite the outstanding advances in the field, there is still room for improving and deepen our understanding about memristors.

In this workshop, we aim to gather national and international groups working on memristors in any of their facets. We will discuss and exchange information about suitable materials, fabrication processes, modeling approaches, simulation tools both in the framework of isolated devices as well as of advanced circuits and systems.

This first edition of the Workshop on Memristors will be held in Barcelona and we expect it to be just the beginning of a successful path.

Topics of interest to Workshop on Memristors 2024 include, but are not limited to:

  • Materials for memristors. Fabrications processes
  • Memristor device modeling and simulation
  • Memristor electrical characterization
  • Conventional circuits using memristors. CMOS integration. Memristor applications in Neuromorphic and Bioinspired Computing (Neural Networks, Emerging Computing Paradigms, Architectures for Hardware Accelerators, Bioinspired Circuits)
  • Memristor applications in Data Sensing, Signal Processing, Cryptography
  • Memristor applications in Photonics, Spintronics, Quantum Computing
  • Random networks of memristors. Reservoir computing
  • Novel and unexplored effects, energy consumption, power dissipation
  • Reliability of memristive devices and circuits