CNNA 2016 Program

Download the program (PDF) for CNNA 2016.

Invited Speaker CNNA 2016

  • Wolfgang Porod, University of Notre Dame, USA: “Nanomagnetic Computing”
  • Gerhard Fettweis, Technische Universität Dresden, German: “Pathways for Advancing Beyond CMOS“
  • George Bourianoff, Intel Corporation, USA: “Nanotechnology inspired non biologic neuromorphic computing”
  • Csaba Rekeczky, Eutecus, USA: “Collaborating Smart Lighting Networks”
  • Jan Höntschel, Globalfoundries Inc. Dresden, Germany “22FDX™ and Beyond: Semiconductor Technology Landscape for HighPerformance / LowPower Systems in Cellular / RF Applications”
  • Ángel Rodríguez-Vázquez, University of Sevilla, Spain: “On the Design of Neural Recording Interfaces”
  • Klaus Mainzer: Technische Universität München, Germany: “Local Activity Principle and Memristor: From Evolution to Technology and Society”

Memristor Symposium Program

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Invited Speaker Memristor Symposium 2016

  • Leon Chua, University of California, Berkeley, USA: “Non-Volatile   <–>   POP is Flat”
  • Stanley Willams, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, Palo Alto, USA: “Experimental Observation of Chaos in a Chua’s Corsage Memristor“
  • Rainer Waser, RWTH Aachen University, Germany: “Fundamental ingredients of redox-based memresistive switching devices”
  • Abu Sebastian, IBM Research, Zurich, Switzerland: “Nanoscale phase-change memory devices: Enablers of future computing systems“
  • Kristy Campbell, Boise State University, USA: “Ag- and Cu-Based Ion-Conducting Memristor Design and Electrical Characterization“
  • Qiangfei Xia, University of Massachusetts, USA
  • Fernando Corinto, Politecnico di Torino, Italy: “Memristor Circuits: Flux–Charge Analysis Method“
  • Ronald Tetzlaff, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany: “The role of initial conditions in memristors“
  • Wei Lu, University of Michigan, USA: “Memory and Neuromorphic Computing Applications Based on Resistive Switching Devices“

Information for Presenters

Presentation time will be 20 min. Please plan for 15 min presentation and 5 discussion.

For the presentation, MS Office, LibreOffice, and a PDF reader will be available. The presentation files have to be transferred to our presentation computer in the break before the session – please contact the session chair 15 min before the session start. Usage of your own computer is possible.