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Symposium F.SM05 : Brain-Inspired Information Processing—From Novel Material Concepts for Neuromorphic Computing to Sensing, Manipulation and Local Processing of Biological Signals

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Paschalis Gkoupidenis, Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research
Dion Khodagholy, Columbia University
Duygu Kuzum, University of California, San Diego
Yoeri van de Burgt, Eindhoven University of Technology
F.SM05.01: Organic Materials and Devices
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Polymer-Based Artificial Synapses—Using Protons and Electrons to Impart Plasticity to Semiconductors

Alberto Salleo1

Stanford University1

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F.SM05.02/F.NM07.05: Joint Session: Novel Materials for Neuromorphic Devices
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One-Shot Regression and Classification with Crosspoint Memory Arrays

Daniele Ielmini1,Giacomo Pedretti1,Piergiulio Mannocci1,Zhong Sun2

Politecnico di Milano1,Peking University2

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F.SM05.03: Novel Materials for Neuromorphic Devices
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Memristive Materials and Devices for Unconventional Computing

J. Joshua Yang1

University of Southern California1

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F.SM05.04: Biointerfaces and Neuromorphic Sensing
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Designing Biomimetic Electronic Interfaces

Francesca Santoro1

Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia1

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F.SM05.05/F.FL01.06: Joint Session: Bioelectronics and Sensing
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Electron Transporting Polymers for Biological Interfacing

Sahika Inal1

King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)1

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F.SM05.06: Poster Session: Organic Neuromorphic Materials and Devices
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Mood Identification by Facial Subtle Movement Analysis

Fan Yang1,Jordan Saadon1,Ryan Burgert1,Selma Mohammad1,Miriam Rafailovich1,Charles Mikell1,Sima Mofakham1,Wade Boohar2,Sophia Cai3,Amisha Agrawal4

Stony Brook University1,Olathe North High School2,Barrington High School3,University High School4

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F.SM05.01: Organic Materials and Devices
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Electron Transport and Complex Dynamics in 2D Nanoparticle-Molecule Networks—A Platform for Reservoir Computing

Dominique Vuillaume1

IEMN-CNRS1

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F.SM05.02/F.NM07.05: Joint Session: Novel Materials for Neuromorphic Devices
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Atomic Memory and Computing Applications

Deji Akinwande1,Mario Lanza2

The University of Texas at Austin1,Soochow University2

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F.SM05.03: Novel Materials for Neuromorphic Devices
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Development of Neuristors and Synaptors Using Quantum Materials for Energy Efficient Neuromorphic Computing

Ivan Schuller1

University of California, San Diego1

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F.SM05.04: Biointerfaces and Neuromorphic Sensing
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Merging Bio-Sensing and Neuromorphic Computing with Organic Electro Chemical Transistors

Fabien Alibart1,2,Mahdi Ghazal1,Kamila Janzakova1,Ankush Kumar1,Anna Susloparova1,Sophie Halliez3,Morvane Colin3,Luc Buée3,David Guérin1,Thomas Dargent1,Yannick Coffinier1,Sébastien Pecqueur1

IEMN-CNRS1,LN2-3IT2,Jean Pierre Aubert Research Center3

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F.SM05.05/F.FL01.06: Joint Session: Bioelectronics and Sensing
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Thin-Film Organic Electrochemical Devices for Applied Neural Control—Capacitive and Faradaic Effects

Eric Glowacki1

Linkoping University1

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F.SM05.01: Organic Materials and Devices
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Evolvable Organic Electrochemical Transistors for Neuromorphic Applications

Simone Fabiano1

Linköping University1

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F.SM05.02/F.NM07.05: Joint Session: Novel Materials for Neuromorphic Devices
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High-Throughput Computational Screening to Identify Novel Proton Conducting Electrolytes for All-Solid-State Neuromorphic Devices

Konstantin Klyukin1,Pjotrs Zguns1,Ju Li1,Bilge Yildiz1

Massachusetts Institute of Technology1

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F.SM05.03: Novel Materials for Neuromorphic Devices
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Robust Resistive and Mem-Devices Using Organometallic Molecules- Ideal Candidates for Neuromorphic Devices

Thirumalai Venkatesan1,2,Sreetosh Goswami3,Sreebrata Goswami3

Azometrix1,National University of Singapore2,NUS3

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F.SM05.04: Biointerfaces and Neuromorphic Sensing
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Organic Memristive Devices for Learning Mimicking and Interfacing with Nervous Cells

Victor Erokhin1

IMEM-CNR1

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F.SM05.05/F.FL01.06: Joint Session: Bioelectronics and Sensing
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Enhancement-Mode Ion-Based Transistors for In Vivo Electrophysiology and Real-Time Data Processing

Claudia Cea1,Georgios Spyropoulos1,Jennifer Gelinas1,Dion Khodagholy1

Columbia University1

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Metal-Insulator Transition Property for the Nano-Confined Electric Domain in the Strongly Correlated NdNiO3

Azusa Hattori1,Takashi Yamanaka1,Akira Nanba1,Hidekazu Tanaka1

Osaka University1

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F.SM05.05/F.FL01.06: Joint Session: Bioelectronics and Sensing
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Organic Electrochemical Transistors Based on Electropolymerized Dendritic Structures

Kamila Janzakova1,Mahdi Ghazal1,Ankush Kumar1,Yannick Coffinier1,David Guérin1,Sébastien Pecqueur1,Fabien Alibart1,2

University of Lille1,Laboratoire Nanotechnologies & Nanosystèmes (LN2)2

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F.SM05.01: Organic Materials and Devices
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Governing Conducting-Polymer Micro-Objects’ Fractality for Unconventional Computing

Ankush Kumar1,Kamila Janzakova1,Yannick Coffinier1,David Guérin1,Fabien Alibart1,2,Sébastien Pecqueur1

Institut d’Électronique, Microélectronique et Nanotechnologie (IEMN), CNRS, UMR 8520, F-596521,Laboratoire Nanotechnologies & Nanosystèmes (LN2), CNRS, Université de Sherbrooke2

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F.SM05.02/F.NM07.05: Joint Session: Novel Materials for Neuromorphic Devices
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Ionic Liquid Regulated Silver Filament Formation in a Solid Polymer Electrolyte for Neuromorphic Applications

Zhongmou Chao1,Ke Xu1,Susan Fullerton1

University of Pittsburgh1

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F.SM05.03: Novel Materials for Neuromorphic Devices
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Acting Like a Synapse—A Biohybrid Neuromorphic Platform Combining Electronical and Optical Readouts

Giovanni Maria Matrone1,Claudia Lubrano1,Valeria Criscuolo1,Csaba Forro2,Yoeri van de Burgt3,Francesca Santoro1

Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia1,Stanford University2,Technische Universiteit Eindhoven3

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F.SM05.04: Biointerfaces and Neuromorphic Sensing
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Engineering of Synaptic Plasticity of Ion-Gel Gated Synaptic Transistors for Neuromorphic Computing and Artificial Sensory Nerves

Dae-Gyo Seo1,Yeongjun Lee1,2,Hoichang Yang3,Changduk Yang4,Sang-Woo Kim5,Tae-Woo Lee1

Seoul National University1,Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology2,Inha University3,Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology4,Sungkyunkwan University5

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F.SM05.05/F.FL01.06: Joint Session: Bioelectronics and Sensing
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Forming Input/Output (i/o) Interfaces with Excitable Cells And Tissue Using Nanocarbons

Tzahi Cohen-Karni1

Carnegie Mellon University1

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F.SM05.01: Organic Materials and Devices
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Physically Flexible and Biological Compatible Demonstration of an Organic Electronics Axon-Hillock Neural Circuit

Robert Nawrocki1,Mohammad Javad Mirshojaeian Hosseini1,Elisa Donati2,Tomoyuki Yokota3,Sunghoon Lee3,Giacomo Indiveri2,Takao Someya3

Purdue University1,Institute of Neuroinformatics2,The University of Tokyo3

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F.SM05.02/F.NM07.05: Joint Session: Novel Materials for Neuromorphic Devices
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Progress in Analog DNN Hardware Accelerators Using Phase Change Materials

Charles Mackin1,Hsinyu Tsai1,Pritish Narayanan1,Stefano Ambrogio1,Katie Spoon1,Andrea Fasoli1,Alexander Friz1,An Chen1,Geoffrey Burr1

IBM1

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F.SM05.03: Novel Materials for Neuromorphic Devices
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Elucidating Microstructure-Dependent Synaptic Plasticity of Ion-Gel Gated Semi-Crystalline Polymer Synaptic Transistors

Gyeong-Tak Go1,Yeongjun Lee1,Dae-Gyo Seo1,Mingyuan Pei2,Wanhee Lee1,Hoichang Yang2,Tae-Woo Lee1

Seoul National University1,Inha University2

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F.SM05.04: Biointerfaces and Neuromorphic Sensing
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Scalable, Soft and Stretchable Optoelectronics and Neuromorphic Sensing Architectures in Human-Machine Interfaces

Benjamin Tee1

National University of Singapore1

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F.SM05.05/F.FL01.06: Joint Session: Bioelectronics and Sensing
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High-Resolution Bioelectronic Interfaces Enabled by Nanoscale Soft Conductors

Flavia Vitale1

University of Pennsylvania1

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F.SM05.01: Organic Materials and Devices
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Bio-Inspired Neuromorphic Electronics for Artificial Nervous Systems

Tae-Woo Lee1

Seoul National University1

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F.SM05.02/F.NM07.05: Joint Session: Novel Materials for Neuromorphic Devices
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Computing with Memristive and Memcapacitive Devices

J. Joshua Yang1

University of Southern California1

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New Materials and Device Concepts for Organic Electrochemical Transistors

Jonathan Rivnay1

Northwestern University1

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Memory and Learning in Biomolecular Soft Materials

Charles Collier1,Joseph Najem2,Richard Williams3,Graham Taylor4,Md Hasan5,Ryan Weiss6,Stephen Sarles6,Garrett Rose6,Alex Belianinov1,Catherine Schuman1

Oak Ridge National Laboratory1,The Pennsylvania State University2,Texas A&M University3,T&T Scientific4,The University of Mississippi5,The University of Tennessee, Knoxville6

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Late News: Spatiotemporal Response of Organic Electrochemical Transistors

Dimitrios Koutsouras1,Morteza Hassanpour Amiri1,Katharina Lieberth1,Kamal Asadi1,Fabrizio Torricelli2,Paul Blom1,Paschalis Gkoupidenis1

Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research1,University of Brescia2

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F.SM05.01: Organic Materials and Devices
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Late News: Self-Assembled Oligoethylene Glycols for Air-Stable Molecular Electronics and In Operando Modulation

Xinkai Qiu1,Ryan Chiechi1

University of Groningen1

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F.SM05.04: Biointerfaces and Neuromorphic Sensing
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Cellular Lensing and Near Infrared Fluorescent Nanosensor Arrays for Real-Time Chemical Efflux Cytometry

Sooyeon Cho1,Xun Gong1,Volodymyr Koman1,Michael Strano1

Massachusetts Institute of Technology1

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3D Nanoarchitecture Materials for Synergistic Electrical/Optical Multimodal Sensing Capability

Hyeuk Jin Han1,2,Seunghee Cho2,Sangjun Han2,Ji-Soo Jang2,Gyu Rac Lee2,Eugene Cho2,Il Doo Kim2,Min Seok Jang2,Harry Tuller3,Judy Cha1,Yeon Sik Jung2

Yale University1,Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology2,Massachusetts Institute of Technology3

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2020-12-01   Show All Abstracts

Symposium Organizers

Paschalis Gkoupidenis, Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research
Dion Khodagholy, Columbia University
Duygu Kuzum, University of California, San Diego
Yoeri van de Burgt, Eindhoven University of Technology
F.SM05.07: Live Keynote I: Organic Neuromorphic Materials and Devices
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Paschalis Gkoupidenis
Yoeri van de Burgt
Tuesday PM, December 01, 2020
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5:15 PM - *F.SM05.07.01
Polymer-Based Artificial Synapses—Using Protons and Electrons to Impart Plasticity to Semiconductors

Alberto Salleo1

Stanford University1

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5:45 PM - *F.SM05.07.02
Electron Transport and Complex Dynamics in 2D Nanoparticle-Molecule Networks—A Platform for Reservoir Computing

Dominique Vuillaume1

IEMN-CNRS1

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6:15 PM - *F.SM05.07.03
Physically Flexible and Biological Compatible Demonstration of an Organic Electronics Axon-Hillock Neural Circuit

Robert Nawrocki1,Mohammad Javad Mirshojaeian Hosseini1,Elisa Donati2,Tomoyuki Yokota3,Sunghoon Lee3,Giacomo Indiveri2,Takao Someya3

Purdue University1,Institute of Neuroinformatics2,The University of Tokyo3

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6:45 PM - *F.SM05.07.04
Memory and Learning in Biomolecular Soft Materials

Charles Collier1,Joseph Najem2,Richard Williams3,Graham Taylor4,Md Hasan5,Ryan Weiss6,Stephen Sarles6,Garrett Rose6,Alex Belianinov1,Catherine Schuman1

Oak Ridge National Laboratory1,The Pennsylvania State University2,Texas A&M University3,T&T Scientific4,The University of Mississippi5,The University of Tennessee, Knoxville6

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2020-12-02   Show All Abstracts

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Paschalis Gkoupidenis, Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research
Dion Khodagholy, Columbia University
Duygu Kuzum, University of California, San Diego
Yoeri van de Burgt, Eindhoven University of Technology
F.SM05.08: Live Keynote II: Bioelectronics and Smart Adaptive Biointerfaces
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Paschalis Gkoupidenis
Yoeri van de Burgt
Wednesday AM, December 02, 2020
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Merging Bio-Sensing and Neuromorphic Computing with Organic Electro Chemical Transistors

Fabien Alibart1,2,Mahdi Ghazal1,Kamila Janzakova1,Ankush Kumar1,Anna Susloparova1,Sophie Halliez3,Morvane Colin3,Luc Buée3,David Guérin1,Thomas Dargent1,Yannick Coffinier1,Sébastien Pecqueur1

IEMN-CNRS1,LN2-3IT2,Jean Pierre Aubert Research Center3

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12:00 PM - *F.SM05.08.02
Scalable, Soft and Stretchable Optoelectronics and Neuromorphic Sensing Architectures in Human-Machine Interfaces

Benjamin Tee1

National University of Singapore1

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12:30 PM - *F.SM05.08.03
Designing Biomimetic Electronic Interfaces

Francesca Santoro1

Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia1

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1:00 PM - *F.SM05.08.04
New Materials and Device Concepts for Organic Electrochemical Transistors

Jonathan Rivnay1

Northwestern University1

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