RRAM


IEEE Symposia on VLSI Technology and Circuits 2012

The IEEE Symposia on VLSI Technology and Circuits, from June 12 to 15 in Honolulu, Hawaii will have several in depth tracks focusing on ReRam and memristor based research. The two tracks have the following tentative schedules: please bookmark and check the VLSI Conference Website¬†(below) for the latest updates and information. A sampling of the […]

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] […]

Scientific American on Flash Memory outlook

An great in-depth and comprehensive article from Scientific American today looks at the current and future forecasts of the memory field, across the following competing technologies: DRAM [Dynamic Random Access Memory] SRAM [Static Random Access Memory] RRAM [Resistive random access memory] PRAM [Phase change random access memory] MRAM [Magnetoresistive random access memory] NRAM [Nano random […]

Memristors as Resistive Random Access Memory (RRAM) News

arXiv.org is reporting in their Condensed Matter > Strongly Correlated Electrons taxonomy a new paper out of UCSD demonstrating phase-transition driven memristive systems using thin-film vanadium dioxides: Here, we demonstrate memristive response in a thin film of Vanadium Dioxide. This behavior is driven by the insulator-to-metal phase transition typical of this oxide. We discuss several […]