2D Materials for Solution-Processable Memristive Devices for Ultra-Low Power Electronics (Graphene LIVE! USA 2014)

Dr Alexander Bessonov, Senior Researcher
Nov 19, 2014.

Presentation Summary

Heterostructuring two-dimensional materials appears to be a viable way towards printable and flexible memristors. With ultra-low programming voltages and multiple states of resistance, the layered switching devices may find a broad range of applications from advanced computer memory and logic to future adaptive and neuromorphic systems.

Speaker Biography (Alexander Bessonov)

Alexander Bessonov received a degree in chemistry from the Novosibirsk State University (Russia), followed by a PhD in inorganic and physical chemistry from the Nikolaev Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, the Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences. From 2008 to 2012 he worked at the Manufacturing Technology Center in Samsung Electronics with focus on roll-to-roll patterning technologies towards printable and flexible electronics. In 2012 he joined Nokia Technologies as a Senior Researcher, where his research activity mainly concerns low-dimensional materials, nanotechnology, sensors, and printed electronics.

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