Novel Electronics for Flexible and Neuromorphic Computing

Han Eol Lee, Jung Hwan Park, Tae Jin Kim, Doyoung Im, Jung Ho Shin, Do Hyun Kim, Baker Mohammad, Il Suk Kang, Keon Jae Lee

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Abstract

Emerging classes of flexible electronic systems that can be attached to a wide range of surfaces from wearable clothes to internal organs have driven significant advances in communication protocols (e.g., Internet of Things, augmented reality) and clinical research, shifting today's personal computing paradigm. The field of “system on plastic” is on the verge of an innovative breakthrough toward a hypercognitive society by being fused with current neuromorphic applications in the spotlight, which can offer intelligent services such as personalized feedback therapy and autonomous driving. The novel concept of electronics for flexible and neuromorphic computing requires an important research leap in micro-/nanoelectronics on plastics, system-level integration techniques (interconnection and packaging), and synaptic devices. Here, representative advances and developments in the area of flexible and neuromorphic technologies are reviewed with regard to device configurations, materials, fabrication processes, and their potential research fields.

Original languageBritish English
Article number1801690
JournalAdvanced Functional Materials
Volume28
Issue number32
DOIs
StatePublished - 8 Aug 2018

Keywords

  • biomedical applications
  • flexible electronics
  • interconnection
  • large-scale integration
  • neuromorphic computing
  • wearable

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