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The mini-workshop “Future Trends in Neuromorphic Electronics” organised by the Department of Physics and Centre for the Science of Materials at Loughborough University is to take place on April 11-12, 2019.
The workshop will be devoted to discussions of ongoing activities aimed at preparation and implementation of memristive elements for electronics hardware. The event is aimed at researchers from Physics, Chemistry, Material Science, Electrical Engineering, Biosciences and Computer Science who work in the fields of memristors, neural networks and neuromorphic computing.
The workshop will be attached to the annual Sir Nevil Mott Lecture given this year on April 11th by Prof Stanley Williams who made the experimental discovery of memristors in 2008:
- Andrew Adamatzky (UWE Bristol)
- Jonas Weiss (IBM Zurich)
- Neil Kemp (University of Hull)
- Antony Kenyon (UCL)
- Wei Zhang (Liverpool John Moore University)
- Themis Prodromakis (University of Southampton)
- Ronald Tetzlaff (TU Dresden)
- Qiangfei Xia (University of Massachusetts Amherst)
- Paschalis Gkoupidenis (Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research)
- Slava Chesnokov (ARM Holdings)
If you have any enquiries about the event please email: SCI-Events@lboro.ac.uk