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Post-Doctoral Researchers and PhD Students

Thus far, one postdoc and three PhD students have been funded directly by CogniGron. PhD students funded by other means but whose work is closely related to CogniGron also take part in CogniGron activities and are listed below, together with their research theme.

CogniGron funded

Dr. Oleksandr Zheliuk (2020-2021)
Enhanced Learning Efficiency of Synaptic Devices for Neuromorphic Computations
Device Physics of Complex Materials

Dr. Shuyan Shao (2018-2019)
Organic memristors
Photophysics and Opto-Electronics Research Group

Anouk Goossens (2018-2021)
Nanoscale memristors for new computing paradigms
Spintronics of Functional Materials Research Group

Anne-Men Huijzer (2019-2023)
Memristor Networks
Systems and Control Theory Research Group

Thomas Tiotto (2020-2024)
Toward a Cognitive Computer Architecture Based on Memristive Devices: Developing Short- and Long-Term Memory
Artificial Intelligence Research Group

Associated Postdocs & PhD students

Dr. Cynthia Quinteros
Exploration of ferroic domain walls assemblies in BiFeO3 for neuromorphic implementations
Nanostructures of Functional Oxides Research Group

Dr. Pavan Nukala
Multiscale investigations on Si-integrable Ferroelectric Hafnia-Zirconia systems (FERHAZ) – This project has received funding from the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme under the Marie SkÅ‚odowska-Curie Actions Individual Fellowships (MSCA-IF-2017) grant agreement No. 794954)
Nanostructures of Functional Oxides Research Group

Mart Salverda
Neuromorphic phenomena in thin film perovskite oxides
Nanostructures of Functional Oxides Research Group

Wytse Talsma
Neuroplasticity in neural networks utilising semiconducting single-walled carbon nanotube inks
Photophysics and Opto-Electronics Research Group

Sanne Berg
Self-assembled networks of functional metal oxides for neuromorphic materials
Nanostructures of Functional Oxides Research Group

Silvia Damerio
Thin films of modulated multiferroic oxides as adaptable systems for cognitive computing
Nanostructures of Functional Oxides Research Group

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