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14 May 2019 Phase change photonics for brain-inspired computing (Conference Presentation)
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Phase change materials are increasingly becoming important functional materials for applications in emerging integrated optics. Since the demonstration of a photonic phase change memory device in 2015, several new applications i this area have emerged ranging from lossless routing to on-chip photonics synapses. More recently the use of these materials in unconventional computing has seen an emerging interest, especially in the areas of optical abacuses and other forms of brain-inspired computing. There have also been advances in non-von Neumann approaches to carry out large-scale matrix multiplications. In this talk, I shall cover these topics and present a future view of these materials, not only in computation, but also in displays and holographic projections.
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Nathan Youngblood, Zengguang Cheng, Nikolaos Farmakidis, Xuan Li, James Tan, and Harish Bhaskaran "Phase change photonics for brain-inspired computing (Conference Presentation)", Proc. SPIE 10982, Micro- and Nanotechnology Sensors, Systems, and Applications XI, 109820P (14 May 2019);


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