Circuits & Systems Society Forum on Emerging & Selected Topics

Date: Wednesday 4 and Thursday 5 June 2014
Time: 0800 – 1800
Venue: Melbourne Convention Centre
Cost: Included in full symposium registration fee OR
Early Bird $AUD340.00 / Standard $AUD390.00 inc GST for CAS-FEST only (no full symposium registration)

Speakers: Click here for the confirmed list of CAS-FEST speakers

The 2014 Circuits and Systems Society Forum on Emerging and Selected Topics (CAS-FEST) event will be the fifth event in the series organized by IEEE CAS Society and will be held during June 4th – 5th 2014, in conjunction with ISCAS 2014, at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Melbourne, Australia. The goal of this forum is to bring an emerging topic for researchers to exchange state-of-the-art development and future ideas together.

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CAS-FEST is included in the full symposium registration fee and can be booked via the online registration form. A registration fee applies to anyone wishing to attend CAS-FEST with no symposium registration. Registration to CAS-FEST only is available via the online registration form by clicking the button above. Select ‘new registration’, enter your demographic details then select ‘CAS-FEST’ (Early Bird or Standard) on the Registration page. Payment can be made via the online form.

CAS-FEST Program

Wednesday 4 June, 2014

0800 – 0900 CAS-FEST Special Session on Atomic Scale Processes for Memristive & Neuromorphic Operations
0900 – 1030 CAS-FEST Special Session on Modeling of Resistive/memristive Switching Devices
1030 – 1100 Morning Break
1100 – 1230 CAS-FEST Special Session on Memristor-based Nonlinear Circuits & Architectures
1230 – 1400 Lunch Break
1400 – 1500 CAS-FEST Special Session on Analog Memristor Circuits
1500 – 1520 Afternoon Break
1520 – 1620 CAS-FEST Special Session on Computing with Memristors
1630 – 1800 CAS-FEST Special Session on Materials & Structure Optimization of Resistive Nanodevices

Thursday 5 June, 2014 – CAS-FEST Keynote Presentations

A full day including keynote talks from eminent scientists in the field that will pitch the technological perspective of memristors, followed by a session for open discussions.

Click here to view CAS-FEST Keynote Speaker biographies.

0800 – 0845 Technology perspectives for extremely scaled memory and logic memristive devices
Victor V. Zhirnov
0845 – 0930 Resistive switching devices: switching, reliability and novel applications
Daniele Ielmini
0930 – 1015 Challenges and Possible Solutions of memristive Devices: the Materials Perspective
J. Joshua Yang
1015 – 1045 Morning Break
1045 – 1130 Memristive Nanoelectronics: Resistive Storage and Computing
Sangho Shin
1130 – 1215 Computation with stochastic computational elements: What can we learn from the brain?
Robert Legenstein
1215 – 1300 Memristors: The Challenging Leap from Devices to Systems
Julius Georgiou
1300 – 1430 Lunch Break
1430 – 1700 Open Discussion