Engineers, scientists, entrepreneurs, academics and students (both graduate and undergraduate) are invited to attend this symposium, held in conjunction with IEEE CNNA 2010 — the International Workshop on Cellular Nanoscale Networks and Applications, Feb. 3-5.
To register please visit http://memristor.ucmerced.edu
The 2010 symposium will cover:
Memristor technology updates
New device technologies (materials and fabrication)
Device models for CAD
Novel circuits using memristors
Systems architecture harnessing memristor and memristive device properties
A poster session will held as a part of the CNNA 2010 on February 3.
Symposium registration is free.
Memristor the missing basic circuit element, was first proposed in 1971 in a seminal paper published by Professor Leon O. Chua. The concept gained a broader scope in a paper co-published by Leon Chua and Sung Mo Kang in 1976. In 2008, Stan Williams, et al. at HP Labs unveiled a two-terminal titanium dioxide nanoscale device that exhibited memristor and memristive characteristics, thus igniting renewed interest in memristors.
Co-sponsored by UC Merced, UC Berkeley and HP Labs. Funded by the National Science Foundation.
The first symposium on Memristor and Memristive Systems, held at UC Berkeley on November 21-22, 2008, inspired novel circuit applications and new efforts to develop memristors using various types of materials and nanoparticles, and also novel circuit applications and CAD models.