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Session 2: Chalcogenide materials for memory applications



Phase change and conducting bridge memory devices now are established as serious competitors to conventional nonvolatile computer memory. We propose the session will emphasize the following topics.

  • Materials science of memory materials
  • New directions (There are some very fresh ideas emerging, such as using PCMs for neuromorphic computing.)
  • Modeling and simulation (materials and device modeling, simulation as tool for materials discovery)



David Drabold, Ohio University

Stephen Elliott, University of Cambridge

Michael Kozicki, Arizona State University

Gang Chen, Ohio University



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