Unconventional computing paradigms are subject of increasing interest for the design and the development of computing systems that aim to overcome the limitations of standard digital technologies related to low power efficiency and intrinsic integration limits in the fabrication processes. Networks of nano-objects fabricated exploiting the self-assembling of their building blocks at the nanoscale, are promising physical substrate for the fabrication of neuromorphic devices thanks to their non-linear electrical properties and dynamic behavior in response to external applied voltage. Recently, cluster-assembled metallic films showed resistive switching properties under the application of an external electrical films and the possibility to fabricate multi-electrode device capable to implement information processing systems [9, 10]. Here I studied the non local and correlated electrical behaviour of multi-electrode cluster-assembeld gold films and I proposed a device that exploits the coduction porperties of these systems to implement efficient and autonomous data processing.

CHARACTERIZATION OF NANOSTRUCTURED METALLIC FILMS WITH NON-LINEAR ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES FOR THE FABRICATION OF NEUROMORPHIC DEVICES AND UNCONVENTIONAL DATA PROCESSING / M. Mirigliano ; tutor: P. Milani ; phd coordinator: M. Paris. - : . Dipartimento di Fisica Aldo Pontremoli, 2021 Feb 23. ((33. ciclo, Anno Accademico 2020. [10.13130/mirigliano-matteo_phd2021-02-23].

CHARACTERIZATION OF NANOSTRUCTURED METALLIC FILMS WITH NON-LINEAR ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES FOR THE FABRICATION OF NEUROMORPHIC DEVICES AND UNCONVENTIONAL DATA PROCESSING

M. Mirigliano
2021

Abstract

Unconventional computing paradigms are subject of increasing interest for the design and the development of computing systems that aim to overcome the limitations of standard digital technologies related to low power efficiency and intrinsic integration limits in the fabrication processes. Networks of nano-objects fabricated exploiting the self-assembling of their building blocks at the nanoscale, are promising physical substrate for the fabrication of neuromorphic devices thanks to their non-linear electrical properties and dynamic behavior in response to external applied voltage. Recently, cluster-assembled metallic films showed resistive switching properties under the application of an external electrical films and the possibility to fabricate multi-electrode device capable to implement information processing systems [9, 10]. Here I studied the non local and correlated electrical behaviour of multi-electrode cluster-assembeld gold films and I proposed a device that exploits the coduction porperties of these systems to implement efficient and autonomous data processing.
MILANI, PAOLO
PARIS, MATTEO
Settore FIS/03 - Fisica della Materia
CHARACTERIZATION OF NANOSTRUCTURED METALLIC FILMS WITH NON-LINEAR ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES FOR THE FABRICATION OF NEUROMORPHIC DEVICES AND UNCONVENTIONAL DATA PROCESSING / M. Mirigliano ; tutor: P. Milani ; phd coordinator: M. Paris. - : . Dipartimento di Fisica Aldo Pontremoli, 2021 Feb 23. ((33. ciclo, Anno Accademico 2020. [10.13130/mirigliano-matteo_phd2021-02-23].
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