flexible memory

IEEE Journal Special Issue: Memristors: Devices, Models and Applications

The June 2012, Vol. 100, Issue 6 of the Proceedings of the IEEE will have a special issue devoted to “Memristors: Devices, Models and Applications”. An overview of what will be available, and links to the early access, are below: The Fourth Element – Leon O. Chua   Port-Hamiltonian Formulation of Systems With Memory –┬áD. […]

1 Transistor – 1 Memristor Cell RRAM on flexible substrates advances

Researchers out of Korea recently published a paper on their success in implementing a single titanium oxide based memristor integrated with a single crystal silicon transistor. In addition to future research into improvements for the “read” problem of nonvolatile memory via a diode and unipolar resistor combination, they created and tested a 1 Transistor, 1 […]

Flexible Memristive Memory Array on Plastic Substrates

in Papers of Interest: Format: Journal Abstract [account req] Title: “Flexible Memristive Memory Array on Plastic Substrates” Authors: Seungjun Kim, Sung Kyu Kim, and Hu Young Jeong [Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology], Sung-Yool Choi [Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI), Korea], Keon Jae Lee [Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), Korea] […]

Nanoscale Thermoelectric Peltier cooling in Graphene

Thermoelectric peltier cooling effects at graphene and metal junctions have been demonstrated by a group out of the University of Illinois. Kyle Grosse, Feifei Lian, Myung-Ho Bae,William King, and Eric Pop used “… atomic force microscopy to measure the temperature distributions at the contacts of working graphene transistors”: Our data indicate that thermoelectric effects account […]

This Week, in Memory

As spice modeling for memristive circuits matures and begins to show the possible scope of theoretical applications, and Apple pushes towards SSD adoption, and Sandisk flash memory conquers investor outlooks, and memcapacitance mutators are successfully modeled, and flexible graphene oxides move towards experimental reram fabrication, and spin computing gets its own graphene boost, it may […]