Our lab aims to develop novel hardware foundations that will enable new ways of computing. Our research endeavors lie at the intersection between materials, devices, and circuits. We innovate at the design and fabrication level with a vision of system-level experimental demonstrations. Our current focus is on two-terminal non-volatile memory devices, such as memristors, that have an electrical behavior similar to that of an artificial synapse. Such devices promise cost-effective integration in ultra energy efficient neuromorphic processors.
In the Spotlight
Nov 2019: Dr. Adam with collaborators from NIST and WD have received an ONR / DARPA grant.
Oct 2019: Yin's student paper was accepted to AAAI 2020. Congratulations!
June 2019: Dr. Adam with collaborators Dr. Efimov (SEAS BME) and Dr. Mercader (SHMS) received a GWU Cross Disciplinary Research Fund grant for 2019-2020.
May 2019: Alyssa received a Clare Boothe Luce fellowship. Congratulations!
April 2019: Dr. Adam received an GWU seed grant as part of the University Facilitating Fund for 2019-2020.