The power-hungry IC components have been a hindrance to both miniaturization and microprocessor-based development. The resistance with a memory: MEMRISTOR can be combined into devices called crossbars which can play a major role in future computers, occupying a comparatively smaller area.
In addition to the immense economical impact of memristor, discover why in the long run memristor would find even more industrial applications as nanoscale neuromorphic chips which would outperform current neural networks.
Join this crash course and learn about the new nano electronic device; very promising for the emerging technologies!
The one day introductory program will address the following questions:
- Demystifying Chua’s Memristor model!
- Is memristor considered as the fourth basic circuit element? Why is it referred to as a memory resistor?
- How can memristors shape the neuromorphic computing paradigm?
- How to simulate neuromorphic systems using memristors?
- How the ever growing AI sectors have resulted in a booming market of memristors?
Time: 9:30am-5:00pm (Intensive mode, hybrid mode)
Location: Digital University Kerala, Trivandrum
Fees: Rs 7000 (offline), Rs 10000 (online)
Date: 29th, Saturday, Jan 2022