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Memristor and Memristive Systems Symposium (Part 1)

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Uploaded on Dec 3, 2008

In 1971, Leon O. Chua published a seminal paper on the missing basic circuit element. Leon O. Chua and Sung-Mo Kang published a paper, in 1976, that described a large class of devices and systems they called memristive devices and systems. Just recently, Stan Williams and his research team at HP Labs unveiled a two-terminal titanium dioxide nanoscale device in Nature magazine that exhibited memristor characteristics.

This symposium will explore the potential of memristors and memristive systems as they advance state of the art nano-electronic circuits.

Program (Part 1)

Opening Remarks
Steve Kang, Chancellor, UC Merced
Pinaki Mazumder, Program Director, National Science Foundation
Stuart Russell, Chair of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences Department, College of Engineering, UC Berkeley

Memristors
Leon Chua, Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences Department, College of Engineering, UC Berkeley

Finding the Missing Memristor
Stan Williams, HP Senior Fellow and Director of Information & Quantum Systems Lab, Hewlett-Packard

Material Implication Using Memristors: An Alternate Form of Boolean Logic
Philip Kuekes, Computer Architect, Information and Quantum Systems Laboratory, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories




The event is co-sponsored by UC Merced and UC Berkeley in cooperation with the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA). The Symposium is funded by the National Science Foundation.

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