The MEM-Q workshop series gets together leading experts and research groups
with significant contribution to the contemporary state-of-the-art of memristive
nanomaterials and technologies, working towards the development of memristors as
building blocks for quantum and neuromorphic computing, breaking the limitations
and red-brick wall of the conventional Boolean logic and von Neumann architecture.
MEM-Q workshops will provide a timely discussion on the emerging applications of
memristive devices in new-generation information storage and models of quantum and
neural circuits for neuroprocessors, programmable arrays and quantum computers.
Furthermore, the workshops target to create new ideas related to stochastic nature
and nonlinear dynamics of memristors that provide for the creation of brain-like
spiking neural network architectures and neurohybrid systems. Stimulated round
table and panel discussions are envisioned to contribute to an enhanced interaction
between physicists, neurobiologists, engineers, computer scientists.
The following topics are suggested for prospective authors (but not limited to):