An Organic Nanoparticle Transistor Behaving as a Biological Spiking Synapse

@article{Alibart2010AnON,
  title={An Organic Nanoparticle Transistor Behaving as a Biological Spiking Synapse},
  author={F. Alibart and S. Pleutin and D. Gu{\'e}rin and C. Novembre and S. Lenfant and K. Lmimouni and C. Gamrat and D. Vuillaume},
  journal={Advanced Functional Materials},
  year={2010},
  volume={20},
  pages={330-337}
}
Molecule-based devices are envisioned to complement silicon devices by providing new functions or by implementing existing functions at a simpler process level and lower cost, by virtue of their self-organization capabilities. Moreover, they are not bound to von Neuman architecture and this feature may open the way to other architectural paradigms. Neuromorphic electronics is one of them. Here, a device made of molecules and nanoparticles-a nanoparticle organic memory field-effect transistor… Expand

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