W02 Recent Trends in Memristor Science & Technology: the journey from single memristor device towards 100 trillion synapses of brain

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07:30W02.1Registration Desk opens
08:30W02.2Opening session

Kyeong-Sik Min, Kookmin University, KR

8:30-8:45 Opening session

8:45-10:00 (Keynote) Leon O. Chua, UC Berkeley, USA (Title: No Backtracking Rules the foundation of all non-volatile memristors, will be presented by Prof. Corinto, Politecnico di Torino, Italy)

10:00W02.3Coffee break 1
10:30W02.4Morning session

Kyeong-Sik Min, Kookmin University, KR

10:30-11:00 (Invited) Daniele Ielmini, Politecnico Milano, Italy (Title: Emerging devices and circuits for analogue in-memory computing, will be presented by Dr. Zhong Sun, Politecnico Milano, Italy)

11:00-11:30 (Invited) Hyunsang Hwang, POSTECH, Korea (Title: Resistive switching based Synapse and Threshold switching based Neuron Devices for neuromorphic system)

11:30-12:00 (Invited) Wei Lu, Univ. of Michigan, USA (Title: RRAM foundations for neuromorphic and in-memory computing systems)

12:00W02.5Lunch break
13:00W02.6Afternoon session#1

Fernando Corinto, Politecnico di Torino, IT

13:00-13:30 (Invited) Said Hamdioui, TU Delft, Netherlands (Title: Computation-in-Memory Based on Memristive Devices: What is all about and what is still missing?)

13:30-14:00 (Invited) Mirko Prezioso, Mentium Technologies Inc., USA (Title: Memristive circuits for neurocomputing and beyond: a progress update)

14:00-14:30 (Invited) Abu Sebastian, IBM Zurich, Swiss (Title: Computing using imprecise computational memory)

14:30W02.7Coffee break 2
15:00W02.8Afternoon session#2

Fernando Corinto, Politecnico di Torino, IT

15:00-15:30 (Invited) Qiangfei Xia, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA (Title: Memristive Crossbar Arrays for Brain-Inspired Computing)

15:30-15:55 (Invited) Kyeong-Sik Min, Kookmin Univ., Korea (Title: Memristor-crossbar-based neural networks: from ideal to reality)

15:55-16:20 (Invited) Fernando Corinto, Politecnico di Torino, Italy (Title: Computing with Memristor Oscillatory Networks)

16:20-16:45 (Invited) Ronald Tetzlaff, TU Dresden, Germany (Title: Memristor Cellular Neural Network-inspired Paradigms for Signal Processing, will be presented by Dr. Ioannis Messaris, TU Dresden, Germany)

16:45-17:10 (Invited) Alon Ascoli, TU Dresden, Germany (Title: Store/Retrieve Gene Design and Analysis for Bistable-like Memristor CNN)

17:30W02.9Workshops end