MemTDAC2015 - Workshop scope

The memristor is an emerging technology which is triggering intense interdisciplinary activity. It has the potential of providing many benefits, such as energy efficiency, density, reconfigurability, nonvolatile memory, novel computational structures and approaches, massive parallelism, etc. These characteristics may force to deeply revise existing computing and storage paradigms.

This workshop aims at providing a European forum to discuss memristor technology and its potential applications. It also aims at creating an European network of competence and experts in all aspects of memristor technology including:

  • New memristive device technologies
  • Device modeling and characterization
  • Novel circuit concepts using memristors
  • Memristor-based implication logic
  • Memristor-based storage
  • Neuro-inspired computing
  • System architectures using memristors
  • Etc.


  • Said Hamdioui and Koen Bertels, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands

Program committee

·     Dalibor Biolek, UNOB, CZ       

    Eero Lehtonen, UTU, FI

·     Albert Cohen, INRIA, FR

·         Lotfi Mhamdi,  Leeds U, GB

·     Henk Corporaal TU/e, NL

·         Stephan Menzel, RWTH, GE

·     Fernando Corinto, Polito, IT

·         Thomas Mikolajick, NamLab, GE

·     Danilo Demarchi, Polito, IT

·         Shahar kvatinsky, Technion, IS/ Stanford USA 

·     Dietmar Fey, FAU, GE

·         Georgios Sirakoulis, DUTH. GR

·     Christian GAMRAT, CEA, FR

·         Ronald Tetzlaff, U of Dresden, GE

·    Hailong Jiao, Tu/e, NL

·         Rainer Waser, RWTH, GE

Eike Linn, RWTH, GE

    Dirk Wouters, IMEC, BE

Preliminary Deadlines

  • Abstract submission: November 22, 2014
  • Notification of acceptance: December 6, 2014


  • Duration: 1 day (Jan 21, p.m., 2014 ) 
  • The workshop will consist of invited talks and technical presentations. The latter will be selected based on submitted abstracts. The invited talks and the technical presentations will cover different aspects of memristor technology such as memristor devices, neuro-inspired computing, novel circuit concepts, etc.
  • For the MemTDAC 2015 program see 

Preliminary deadlines

  • Abstract submission: November 30, 2014
  • Notification of acceptance: December 6, 2014


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