International Memristor team wins Best Paper Award at IEEE MOCAST 2020
A great team of CMC members won the Best Paper Award at IEEE MOCAST 2020. The authors Alon Ascoli (TUD), Ioannis Messaris (TUD), Ronald Tetzlaff (TUD), Sung-Mo “Steve” Kang (UC Santa Cruz) and Leon O. Chua (UC Berkeley) have published the paper “Image Mem-Processing Cellular Bio-Inspired Arrays with Bistable and Analogue Dynamic Memristors”. In it,
The Chua Lectures will be published in October 2020. They comprise Memristors and Cellular Nonlinear Networks to the Edge of Chaos in four volumes and 1008 pages. Leon O. Chua’s latest book contains hard copies of all color slides from the Chua Lecture Series presented at HP in Palo Alto in 2015. Take a look
Silicon Saxony: Nanoelectronics learn the same way as the human brain
The current progress in efficency of microelectronics is slowed by physical limits. To overcome them, we need new approches. Some of our scientist have made such an approche on ArtificialIntelligence. We are proud of you! Read more: english deutsch @SiliconSaxony
The Symmetry 2021 will take place in Beer Sheva, Israel, from the August 08 to August 13, 2021. Due to the global pandemic, the originally planned conference has been postponed to August 2021. This conference will focus on the interdisciplinary interaction between different scientific fields and will discuss in particular the phenomenon of symmetry in
Open Submission on special issue from Symmetry by MDPI
The special issue from Symmetry will discuss the Symmetry in chaotic systems and circuits. According to them, scientists have found connections between symmetry and chaotic systems that may have a can have a significant impact on our understanding of chaotic systems. The editors are therefore looking for contributions on the topic of chaos, nonlinear
We are excited to present you our new Twitter-Site. There we collect and spread recent information’s and researches. As a new step requires sometimes sacrifices, we are going to close our Facebook-site. We hope to reach and inspire more people via twitter with the fascinating topic of memristors and its materials. Have a look and
Prof. Leon Chua was recently awarded for the 2020 Julius Springer Prize for Applied Physics. This award is another very important signal for the recognition of memristor research in adacemic and industrial communities. Congratulations to Prof. Leon O. Chua! Leon Chua spent most of his professional years at the UC California in Berkeley. In 1971
Due to unexpected impending responsibilities, the organizers have changed the dates as follows: Memristor ans Memristive Symposium: 1st September 2020 CNNA: 2nd to 4th September 2020 Please find more information on the official website http://cnna2020.unict.it.
The 17th CCNA 2020 conference (26-28 August 2020) will be proceeded on the 25th of August by the 7th Memristor and Memristive Symposium in Catania, Italy. Additional informations can be found on the website of the event: http://cnna2020.unict.it.
From Nov. 11-14, 2019 the Inaugural Chua Memristor Institute Conference on Theory, Devices and Applications will take place in Wuhan, China. The Chua Memristor Institute (CMI), proposed by Prof. Leon Chua, is being organized and will be open at Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST), China. The CMI will focus on the development of the