Currently the MEMRISYS 2017 takes place in Athens, Greece. Many of our CMC Members are there to give keynotes and talks on their latest research activities. You may have a look on the events website on http://memrisys2017.eventsadmin.com.
Some of our researchers from HP Labs, UMASS and SNU have reported a memristive device – self-rectifying and operating with low current consumption. Just imagine the possible use for embedded memory in IoT… You can access the full article here: http://nanotechweb.org/cws/article/tech/66546
In September 2017, the European Conference von Circuit Theory and Design will be held at University of Catania, Italy. Some of our members are involved in this conference. http://www.ecctd2017.dieei.unict.it/committee.html
See Dr. Kris Campbell from Knowm introduce the Silver and Copper self directed channel memristor at the 5th Memristor Symposium in Dresden here: http://knowm.org/dr-kris-campbell-lecture-ag-and-cu-self-directed-channel-memristor/
The Dresden Technical University has established an interdisciplinary network of experts from computer sciences, electronics, physics and chemistry that have one thing in common: they are committed to research on memristors. These mysterious components have the potential to fundamentally change the way electronic circuits work – and therefore could have a massive impact on future
On August 22, 2016, the Chua Memristor Center (CMC) was launched in Dresden; it is a network of scientists in computer science, electrical engineering, physics and chemistry that research in the field of memristors.
Dresden (dpa/sn) – Forscher der Universitäten in Dresden und Nürnberg- Erlangen wollen elektronische Schaltungen revolutionieren. Am Montag gründeten sie in der sächsischen Landeshauptstadt ein Zentrum für Memristoren – das sind äußerst leistungsfähige nanoelektronische Bauelemente.