- Mo, 11.07.2022 18:00 – Mo, 11.07.2022 19:00
- Prof. Dr. Stuart Parkin, Director, Max Planck Institute for Microstructure Physics, Halle und Martin Luther Universität, Halle-Wittenberg
- Online Vortrag
- Registration required
- DPG Association:
- Working Group on Industry and Business (AIW)
Energy efficient computing and memory-storage devices are key to further increases in high
performance computing that is essential to today’s data centric world. We discuss, on the one
hand, Magnetic Racetrack Memory[1, 2] that promises a high capacity, high performance, nonvolatile,
memory-storage device that could supplant magnetic disk drives and solid-state FLASH,
and, on the other hand an extremely energy-efficient memcapacitor device that could allow
for massive neuromorphic computing systems.
 S.S.P. Parkin, Racetrack Memory: a high capacity, high performance, non-volatile spintronic memory, 2022 IEEE
International Memory Workshop (IMW), 2022.
 R. Bläsing, A.A. Khan, P.C. Filippou, C. Garg, F. Hameed, J. Castrillon, S.S.P. Parkin, Magnetic Racetrack Memory:
From Physics to the Cusp of Applications within a Decade, Proc. IEEE, 108 (2020) 1303-1321.
 K.-U. Demasius, A. Kirschen, S.S.P. Parkin, Energy-Efficient Memcapacitor Devices for Neuromorphic Computing,
Nat. Electron., 4 (2021) 748-756.