Flexible Artificial Synaptic Devices Based on Collagen from Fish Protein with Spike‐Timing‐Dependent Plasticity

  title={Flexible Artificial Synaptic Devices Based on Collagen from Fish Protein with Spike‐Timing‐Dependent Plasticity},
  author={Niloufar Raeis-Hosseini and Youngjun Park and Jang‐Sik Lee},
  journal={Advanced Functional Materials},
Neuromorphic and cognitive computing with a capability of analyzing complicated information is explored as a new paradigm of intelligent systems. An implementation of a renewable material as an essential building block of an artificial synaptic device is suggested and a flexible and transparent synaptic device based on collagen extracted from fish skin is demonstrated. This device exhibits essential synaptic behaviors including analog memory characteristics, excitatory postsynaptic current, and… 
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