We are happy to announce the launch of the International Workshop on Advanced Materials-to-Device Solutions for Synaptic Electronics that will be held in Barcelona and online on November 10-12 2021.
The workshop aims at connecting academic research, R&D labs, and industry on the theme of synaptic electronics and neuromorphic computing, with a specific focus on the role of materials on the efficiency and design of next-generation devices, such as volatile and non-volatile memories and memristors. Particular attention will be dedicated to materials-to-device modelling and to innovative interoperable automatic workflows for industry-driven applications, in close connection with the experimental side.
The event will take place in a hybrid format, both in Barcelona and online. Researchers and experts in the field are friendly invited to attend the workshop and to submit oral and/or poster contributions. On-line poster sessions will be available for both in-person and on-line attendees. The deadline for the abstract submission is October 16, 2021.
The scientific program will be organized in 3 sessions covering the following topics: new materials for synaptic electronics; new materials for synaptic electronics; PCM, ReRAM, ECRAM and ferroelectric memristors; role of disorder, defects, and dopants in memristors; and Interoperability, Ontology & Workflows in materials modelling. See https://intersect-workshop.icn2.cat for further details.
The workshop is free but registration is needed. The registration form is available at http://eepurl.com/hIc22T. The deadline for registrations is October 16, 2021.
The workshop is organized by the Spanish Institut Català de Nanociència i Nanotecnologia and the
Institute Nanoscience of the National Research Council of Italy, within the activities of the H2020 EU-project INTERSECT.
The H2020 INTERSECT project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 814487
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