NewsA survey of emerging neuromorphic devices and architectures
enabled by nanomaterials

3rd March 2020by admin0
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A pair of materials science and engineering
researchers at Northwestern University has conducted a survey of
emerging neuromorphic devices and architectures that might be
enabled by the use of nanomaterials. In their paper published in
the journal Nature Nanotechnology, Vinod Sangwan and Mark Hersam
outline the three main types of nanomaterials that could replace
the much larger components currently used in computing
systems.

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