Project Description: Understanding the brain behavior is currently gaining a huge attention worldwide. At the sensors lab, students under the supervision of Prof. K.N. Salama are exploring new computing technologies miming the way our brains process and store data. Using memristors to build neural networks reduces the required area significantly compared to classical circuits. ReRAM have also gained a lot of interest. Resistive memory devices are very promising candidates replace the current storage technologies, due to their very high density, fast access time, and retainability. However, there are numerous challenges that need to be addressed before memristor devices genuinely replace the current technologies.
The student will get access and training during his research at state-of-the-art experimental labs, advanced nano fabrication and characterization lab, supercomputing and visualization facilities.
All admitted students receive the KAUST Fellowship which includes:
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LINK FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE POSITION https://studentopportunities.kaust.edu.sa/Op/Opportunity/18
Principal Investigator, Dr. Khaled N. Salama
Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering
Electrical Engineering Founding Program Chair
Ibn Sina Building (Bldg. 3), Room 3277
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia