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This NSF-funded workshop focuses on materials and devices for brain-inspired computing and is part of the special NSF "Future of Semiconductor" program. This workshop aims to introduce fundamentals of materials and devices for brain-inspired computing to members of the general public who are interested in semiconducting technologies, and to engage the broader semiconducting research community in the Bay Area.

This event will showcase student research and feature industry information, panel discussions and lectures by world-class scientists:

  • "Deciphering resistive switches," by UC Santa Cruz Professor Nobuhiko Kobayashi
  • "Discovery and design new materials with computers," by University at Buffalo Associate Professor Wei Chen
  • "Atomically thin two-dimensional materials for brain-inspired computing," by UC Santa Cruz Assistant Professor Aiming Yan
  • "Imaging and manipulating 2-D material-based memristors at atomic scale," by UC Santa Cruz Associate Professor Jairo Velasco, Jr.
  • "Nano-optical techniques for characterizing materials and devices for memristor applications," by San Francisco State University Professor Huizhong Xu
  • "How can we make AI as efficient as the human brain?" by UC Santa Cruz Assistant Professor Jason Eshraghian
  • "How can we meet computation demands for autonomous systems with current technological solutions?" by UC Santa Cruz Professor Ricardo Sanfelice

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  • Alison Manning Tassio
  • Jeff Jackson

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