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Development and Integration Strategies for Non-volatile Resistive Memory in the Context of Neuromorphic Computing and AI Hardware
June 23, 2022 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Neuromorphic and AI computing hardware is trending away from traditional von Neumann computational architectures. This transition is opening the door to a wide range of novel devices and integration solutions. Over the past 10 years, my research group has focused on fabrication and integration strategies for CMOS-compatible, non-volatile, memory devices (aka: memristors). These memristive devices have the potential to act as neuronal synapses in neural networks, but can also function as tunable elements in array-based accelerators. Introducing unique materials and novel memristive devices into the traditional CMOS fabrication process presents many challenges, from both the process integration and packaging standpoint. In this presentation I will discuss integration strategies that we have used to develop novel hardware solutions and translation of laboratory-scale demonstrations towards integration on 300mm wafer platforms utilizing the Albany Nanotech 300mm foundry.
Speaker(s): Dr. Nate Cady,
Bldg: CNSE, CESTM Audirotium, Albany, New York, United States, Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/316254