course: Master Seminar Memristive Systems for Neuromorphic Circuits
- teaching methods:
- computer based presentation, black board and chalk
- responsible person:
- Priv.-Doz. Dr.-Ing. Karlheinz Ochs
- Priv.-Doz. Dr.-Ing. Karlheinz Ochs (ETIT), Dennis Michaelis (ETIT)
- offered in:
- summer term
dates in summer term
- seminar: according to agreement
|Form of exam:||seminar|
|Registration for exam:||Directly with the lecturer|
In the seminar, not only technical knowledge is shared, but also the fundamentals and rules of oral presentations, in general, are discussed and practiced. After this seminar, each participant will have learned to create and give presentations which are perceived as well-structured, comprehensible and interesting. Furthermore, it is possible to discuss technical issues appropriately.
In this course, current research topics in the field of circuit-based information processing are considered in detail and presented by the participants. In the course of a semester, the students prepare a half-hour lecture on a current journal or conference article and present it in the seminar. The topics are related to memristive or neuromorphic circuits, which exploit the memory properties of novel electrical components. Possible topics are new devices with memory, neuron models, synapse models, network topologies, biologically inspired circuits, etc.
Each student prepares and gives a presentation on a certain topic out of the given area. To each presentation belongs a thorough discussion, at which every student is ought to participate.
Fundamentals of electrical circuits and devices