II-4 – Ionics of Memristor/Resistive Switches

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Organizers: Shu Yamaguchi (University of Tokyo), Manfred Martin (RWTH Aachen), Joshua Yang (University of Massachusetts, Amherst), Ilia Valov (Peter Grünberg Institut-1).

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Leon Chua

UC Berkeley, USA

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Title of the Presentation: "Memristor is Non-Volatile iff its POP is Flat".

 

Yoshitaka Aoki

Hokkaido University, Japan

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Title of the Presentation: "Resistive switching triggered by bulk ion conduction of amorphous gallium oxide thin films".

Xin Guo

Huazhong University, PRC

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Title of the Presentation: "Emulating neurological and psychological functions with solid state ionic/electronic conductors".

Tsuyoshi Hasegawa

Waseda University, Japan

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Title of the Presentation: "New types of gap-type atomic switches using molecular layers".

Tony Kenyon

University College London, UK

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Title of the Presentation: "Structural insights into resistance switching in silicon oxide: electronic and photonic perspectives".

Yasuhisa Naitoh

AIST, JAPAN

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Title of the Presentation: "IoT Applications Using ReRAM and Nanogap Memory".

Alec Talin

Sandia National Lab, USA

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Title of the Presentation: "Non-Volatile Redox Transistors for Low Power Computing and Brain-Machine Interfaces".

Satoshi Watanabe

University of Tokyo, Japan

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Title of the Presentation: "Atomistic Simulations for Understanding Microscopic Mechanism of Amorphous TaOx-based Resistive Switching Systems".

Han-Ill Yoo

SNU, Korea

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Title of the Presentation: "Oxygen thermomigration in acceptor(Sc)-doped perovskite, Ca0.90Sc0.10TiO2.95+δ".

 

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Regina Dittmann

Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, Germany

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Title of the Presentation: "Uncovering switching and failure mechanism in memristive devices by operando spectromicroscopy".

Cheol Seong Hwang

Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Seoul National University

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Title of the Presentation: "Roles of conducting filament and non-filament regions in the Ta2O5 and HfO2 resistive-switching memory for switching reliability".

Yoshihiro Iwasa

Univ. Tokyo, Japan

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Title of the Presentation: "Emergent Iontronics".

Matthew J. Marinella

Sandia National Lab, USA

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Title of the Presentation: "Nanoionics for Neuromorphic Computing".

Marek Skowronski

Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

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Title of the Presentation: "Threshold and Memory Switching in Oxide-Based Devices".

Takashi Tsuchiya

NIMS, Japan

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Title of the Presentation: "Searching for novel functions and applications of solid state ionics".

Qiangfei Xia

University of Massachusetts, USA

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Title of the Presentation: "Diffusive memristor as a building block for a novel true random number generator".

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Invited Speakers