Hardware

Superconducting hardware could scale up brain-inspired computing

Scientists have long looked to the brain as an inspiration for designing computing systems. Some researchers have recently gone even further by making computer hardware with a brain-like structure. These "neuromorphic chips" ...

Electronics & Semiconductors

Disposable electronics on a simple sheet of paper

Discarded electronic devices, such as cell phones, are a fast-growing source of waste. One way to mitigate the problem could be to use components that are made with renewable resources and that are easy to dispose of responsibly. ...

Electronics & Semiconductors

A computing in-memory system based on stacked 3D resistive memories

Machine learning architectures based on convolutional neural networks (CNNs) have proved to be highly valuable for a wide range of applications, ranging from computer vision to the analysis of images and the processing or ...

Engineering

Temperature-resistant power semiconductors from a 3D printer

Researchers at the Professorship of Electrical Energy Conversion Systems and Drives at Chemnitz University of Technology have succeeded for the first time in 3D printing housings for power electronic components that are used, ...

Electronics & Semiconductors

Fermi-level tuning to improve the stability of 2D graphene-based FETs

Two-dimensional (2D) semiconductors are a class of semiconducting materials with thicknesses on the atomic scale. These materials have numerous advantageous properties, including good mobilities at thicknesses below 1 nm, ...

Other

Making STEM accessible for people with intellectual disabilities

TronicBoards, created by researchers from the Faculty of Information Technology (IT), are a range of customized color-coded printed circuit boards with large controls and recognizable symbols adapted to facilitate easy circuit ...

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