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 […]

Nature Nanotechnology: 4nm seven-atom transistor

A new paper in Nature: Nanotechnology titled “Spectroscopy of few-electron single-crystal silicon quantum dots” shows the result of a 4nm fabrication utilizing phosphorous/silicon replacement in modeling a seven atom transistor: “The quantum dot is defined by atomically abrupt changes in the density of phosphorus dopant atoms, and the resulting confinement produces novel effects associated with […]

Types of Memristors

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 […]

Flexible Flash Memory on the horizon

The US National Institute of Standards and Technology has developed a form of memristor built on a flexible substrate, its being widely reported. The paper, titled A Flexible Solution-Processed Memristor, details the researchers at NIST were able create a 14 day window for the non-volatile memristive state: The Nist research team created the memristor using […]