Grant: $55,572 - National Science Foundation - Aug. 31, 2009
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Award Description: this EArlyConcept Grants for Exploratory Research (EAGER) award seeks to use nanoscale electronics technology to develop brain-like computing structures that possess the density and plasticity that allow arrays of synapses to perform sensing, pettern recognition, and motor control at performance levels beyond what is possible with traditional computers. The goal is to determine if nanoelectronics configured in a asel-assembled cross-bar array can achieve the densityh and plasticity of synapses. To address plasticity, the research focuses on phase-change and metal-oxide materials for neuromorphic systems. To address density, we utilized block copolymer self-assembly to fabricate dense cross-bar arrays.
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