Memristor related papers and abstracts from the 20th Great Lakes symposium on VLSI (May 16 – 18, 2010): Design considerations for variation tolerant multilevel CMOS/Nano memristor memory (Harika Manem, Garrett S. Rose, Xiaoli He, Wei Wang) examines, in part, unfolded crossbar memory noise margins and power consumption: “This work analyzes the design constraints for nanoscale […]
There are quite a few vectors of inquiry researching various types of memristors. The material implementation of a memristor is important to how they behave in a memristive system. its important to understand the difference between a memristor, and a memristive system, because the specific type of memristor can highlight different strengths and weaknesses, and […]
What Memristive applications are on the horizon, and how close are they to reality? We look at a survey of memristor applications and technology, starting from what the first devices will look like, and where they might go. This reference page will be updated as advances in each of the areas are made. – Non-volatile […]
The 2nd Memristor and Memristive Systems Symposium took place from February 2-4, 2010 at Sutardja Dai Hall, UC Berkeley, an extension of the first Memristor and Memristive Systems Symposium, held at UC Berkeley, November 21-22, 2008. Circuit applications, Memristor Fabrication and Modeling, Nanoparticles, Memcapacitors and Meminductors, and more. This series of videos are from the […]
February 04, 2010 — Panel Discussion. The 2nd Memristor and Memristive Systems Symposium, Co-sponsored by UC Merced, UC Berkeley and HP Labs. Funded by the National Science Foundation. [full video series] [CITRIS-UC.ORG] Pinaki Maumdar, Leon Chua, Stan Williams, Steve Hillenius, Kamran Eshraghian, Curt A. Richter, Jue-bang Yu.
February 04, 2010 — Memristors, Memcapacitors and Meminductors: From Modeling to Emulation. Video. The 2nd Memristor and Memristive Systems Symposium, Co-sponsored by UC Merced, UC Berkeley and HP Labs. Funded by the National Science Foundation. [full video series] [CITRIS-UC.ORG] Memristors, Memcapacitors and Meminductors: From Modeling to Emulation, Prof. Y. V. Pershin Department of Physics and […]