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2021-07-15 14:21:52陳秋雲【20210730 Webinar】Beyond CMOS: Novel Materials, Emerging Memory and Applications ~ Welcome to join

Invited Webinar of IEEE EDS NCTU Student Branch Chapter
 
▶Title:
Beyond CMOS: Novel Materials, Emerging Memory and Applications

▶Speaker:
Prof. Ying-Chen “Daphne” Chen, Northern Arizona University

▶Date:
7/30, 2021 (Fri.)
10:00 - 11:30 AM
Microsoft Teams 會議網址: https://reurl.cc/bXqxAd

▶Abstract:
Towards the end of the Moore’s law scaling approaching, there is a need for new device technologies that break the limits of computing performance at the nanoscale while enabling better energy efficiency. We also need to consider a new approach with the new materials and new devices for exploring new paradigms of computing. Among the emerging technologies, emerging memory become the candidates for enabling the highly efficient computing while with nonvolatile effect for information storage applications. This talk aims to introduce the current develop of novel materials and emerging electronics, such as the memristor with mimicking the neural system, 2D materials for flexible electronics, and helix-structured active matters.

▶Short Bio:
Dr. Daphne Chen is the assistant professor in School of Informatics, Computing and Cyber Systems at Northern Arizona University. She received the Ph.D. degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at The University of Texas at Austin in 2019, B.S. and M.S. degree from National Chiao Tung University (Taiwan). Prior to joining NAU, she was the R&D Pathfinding Emerging Memory Engineer at Micron Technology working on emerging memory and future applications. Her primary research focuses on emerging electronics and memory devices for high storage class, new computing, and energy-efficient integrated systems. She was also the recipient of Sandia National Laboratory Research Award 2019, and Rising Stars 2017 in EECS (among 60 recipients worldwide).