Collective monograph published by Elsevier
The Elsevier publishing house published a collective monograph, to which StoLab scientists made a significant contribution
Two chapters of the team of authors of the Stochastic Multistable Systems Laboratory are published as part of a new collective monograph on metal oxides for non-volatile memory (Metal Oxides for Non-volatile Memory). This book continues a large series of books on synthesis methods and various applications of metal oxides, edited by Ghenadii Korotcenkov, a leading scientist at the Moldova State University. It presents various approaches to the development and application of basic technologies for non-volatile memory based on metal oxides, both traditional (for example, Flash) and new technologies using the memristive effect. The latter combines various mechanisms of electron and ion transport, ferroelectric and magnetic phenomena, and also ensures the functionality of the corresponding materials and structures as elements of neuromorphic computing systems (artificial neurons and synapses). The team of the Stochastic Multistable Systems Laboratory in this edition presented the results of a generalization of the mechanisms and models of the effect of resistive switching, as well as original data on multilevel information recording and synaptic plasticity of memristive devices. These results were obtained within the framework of the Russian-Greek project of the Ministry of Education and Science (the project was carried out jointly with the National Research Center «Kurchatov Institute»), the project of the Russian Science Foundation and a Megagrant, which is being carried out at the Stochastic Multistable Systems Laboratory of the UNN under the leadership of the leading scientist Bernardo Spagnolo.