Mika Laiho and Eero Lethonen, University of Turku, Finland, will be talking about memristor-based neuromorphic chips at a Catalyst lunch event on Thursday, February 17, 2011 from noon to 1:00PM in the CELEST Lounge, 3rd Floor, 677 Beacon Street, Boston MA 02215. Details below.
Mika Laiho, University of Turku, Finland
A mixed-mode cellular image processor implementation is described. Each pixel-processor is equipped with locally adaptive image sensor, resources for local arithmetic operations and storage. In addition, the cells include e.g. programmable space-dependent neighborhood connections, ranked-order filter, rank identiﬁcation and anisotropic resistive ﬁltering. It is further described how CMOS-memristor hybrid technology could enable large neighborhood connectivity in a dense cellular processor array.
J. Poikonen, M. Laiho, A. Paasio, "MIPA4k: a 64x64 Cell Mixed-Mode Image Processor Array", IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, pp. 1927-1930, Taipei, 2009.
M. Laiho, E. Lehtonen, “Cellular Nanoscale Network Cell with Memristors for Local Implication Logic and Synapses”, IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, 2010.
Eero Lethonen, University of Turku, Finland
Memristive and memcapacitive devices are overviewed and memristor simulation models are described. Implication logic is explained and its suitability for computing with memristors is demonstrated. A theoretical framework for mapping computations for memristors is described.
Mika Laiho, Eero Lehtonen, Alex Russell, and Piotr Dudek, "Memristive synapses are becoming reality",http://www.ine-news.org/view.php?article=003396-2010-11-26
E. Lehtonen, J. H. Poikonen, M. Laiho, ”Two Memristors Suffice to Compute All Boolean Functions”, IEEE Electronics Letters, Vol. 46, no. 3, 239-240, 2010.
Mika Laiho: University of Turku, Finland
Mika Laiho received a DSc degree in electrical engineering from Helsinki University of Technology in 2003. He was appointed adjunct professor at the University of Turku in 2008. His research interests include computing with memristors, especially in connection with cellular and associative architectures.
Eero Lehtonen, University of Turku, Finland
Eero Lehtonen received an MSc in mathematics from the University of Turku, Finland, in 2006. He started graduate studies under Prof. Laiho's supervision in January 2009. He studies computation with memristive devices.