Materials Opportunities for Low-Energy Computing


There has undoubtedly been a global explosion in mobile and personal computing and the Internet of Things (IOT) platforms. Saving energy at every architectural level in the compute stack is of utmost importance today. The October, 2021 issue of MRS Bulletin focuses on cutting-edge materials research for energy-saving next-generation devices and components used in the various platforms.

The articles in the issue cover devices, memories, interconnects, microelectronic packaging with unique thermal management capabilities, and materials systems for energy-efficient computation that mimic the information processing occurring in the human brain. This webinar will present talks derived from articles in this issue, and the speakers will take live questions from the audience at the conclusion of their talks.

Talk Presentations:

  • A Quantum Materials Path to Next Generation of Computing by Sasikanth Manipatruni, Kepler Computing
  • 2.5D and 3D Polylithic Integration for Energy Efficient Electronics by Muhannad Bakir, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Neuromorphic Computing by Daniele Ielmini, Polytechnic University of Milan

Hosted by: Subhash Shinde, University of Notre Dame, Hui Jae Yoo, Intel Corp, and Asif Khan, Georgia Institute of Technology

This event is free and open to anyone who would like to attend. Registration is required to participate!
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