Memristor technology program wins 11 million

Southampton University is leading a project focussed on enhancing modern electronics through the development of memristor technology. Prof Themis Prodromakis from Southampton University is the principal investigator of the programme, which has received over £11m in funding from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and industrial partners. Working with Imperial College London, Manchester […] The post Southampton University to lead multi-million memristor project appeared first on The Engineer.

Memristor technology program wins 11 million

Research collaborators at Southampton, Imperial and Manchester Universities in the UK win a program grant to develop memristor technology for broader use. Themis Prodromakis,

Fri 4 May 18 from Nanotechweb

Southampton University to lead multi-million memristor project

Southampton University is leading a project focussed on enhancing modern electronics through the development of memristor technology. Prof Themis Prodromakis from Southampton University is the ...

Fri 4 May 18 from The Engineer

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