International Conference on Memristive Phenomena in Chalcogenides and Beyond
Including the final workshop of the SFB 917
Berchtesgaden, Germany May 22nd—25th, 2023
Memristive phenomena have the potential to enable novel computer architectures. Such developments are urgently needed to reduce the increasing energy consumption in information technology. Chalcogenides offer an exciting material platform to realize memristive functionalities by exploiting changes in atomic configurations, in particular the phase and valence of oxides and higher chalcogenides. To realize the full potential and pave the way for such technology, ultra-high scalability, fast switching kinetics, high endurance, and long retention times must be realized. This requires a microscopic understanding of the switching mechanism in these oxides and higher chalcogenides. This conference will discuss memristive phenomena with emphasis on the underlying atomistic mechanisms and corresponding switching kinetics, their scalability, and potential failure modes. A systematic understanding of the underlying material properties will be presented that could ultimately enable novel brain-like functions through neuromorphic computing. This will contribute to the design and adaptation of fast, non-volatile memories as well as energy-efficient devices. These are the main goals to unlock the technological potential of this unconventional class of materials. This international conference will highlight both recent achievements and future trends.
Lambert Alff TU Darmstadt, Germany
Volker Deringer Oxford University
Ho Won Jang SNU, Korea
Tony Kenyon Univ. London, GB
Bert Kooi Univ. Groningen, Netherlands
Aron Lindenberg SLAC @ Stanford, USA
Pierre Noe CEA Grenoble
Beatriz Noheda Univ. Groningen, Netherlands
Bilge Yildiz MIT, USA
In addition to the plenary talks, there will be a series of highlight talks from the SFB 917 as well as selected contributed lectures.
Daniele Ielmini Politecnico Milano, Italy
Themis Prodromakis Univ. Edinburgh, Great Britain
Matthias Wuttig RWTH Aachen University, Germany
Regina Dittmann FZ Jülich, Germany
Rainer Waser RWTH Aachen University & FZ Jülich, Germany
The workshop will be held at the AlpenCongress/congress hall of Berchtesgaden. Berchtesgaden is located in southeast of Germany in the State of Bavaria and borders on the Austrian state of Salzburg.
Ways to Berchtesgaden:
- by plane to Salzburg Airport (about 20 km) or Munich (about 180 km). Shuttle bus transfers possible from both airports. Please compensate the CO2 emission of your flight through atmosfair (https://www.atmosfair.de/klimaschutzprojekte).
- by train from Munich, Innsbruck, Vienna and Salzburg.
Mon, May 22nd
Morning and afternoon: Presentations
Evening: Welcome Reception & Poster Session
Tue, May 23rd
Afternoon: Individual Excursions
(Recommendations will be provided)
Evening: Conference Dinner
Wed, May 24th
Morning and afternoon: Presentations
Thu, May 25th
Morning: Presentations and Farewell
Registration fee by April 15, 2023 (after April 15, 2023). The registration fee includes the participation in the sessions, lunch and refreshments during the coffee breaks as well as during the welcome reception:
Participant: 290 € (340 €)
Student / PhD Student: 240 € (290 €)
Conference dinner: 60 €
The dinner will be at the Gasthaus Neuhaus, Berchtesgaden. The fee includes a three-course meal and two drinks.
Please note that the number of participants of this conference is limited.
Important Dates and Deadlines
Deadline of abstracts: April 15, 2023.
Please send your abstract to email@example.com
The acceptance of the abstracts as posters or as contributed talks will be announced by May 5.
End of early registration: April 15, 2023
Further Information and Correspondence
Secretariat, IWE II
D-52072 Aachen, Germany
Tel: +49-241-80 27 812
Please contact the tourist office of Berchtesgaden:
Tel.: +49 8652 65650-405