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Deadline May 20!! EMRS fall Meeting - "Novel Approaches for Neuromorphic Computing: Materials, Concepts and Devices"

09 May 2019

Dear Colleagues,

We cordially invite you to submit an abstract to the Symposium F: "Novel Approaches for Neuromorphic Computing: Materials, Concepts and Devices" at the next EMRS 2019 Fall Meeting  in Warsaw (Poland) from the 16th to 19th of September.

Further information on the symposium are available on the web site.

Abstract deadline: May 20, 2019

Please submit your abstract at this link : abstract submission

Thank you and looking forward to meeting you in Warsaw in September.

Please, be so kind to circulate this message among your colleagues

Best Regards,

The symposium organizers:

Christian Wenger, IHP GmbH, Frankfurt/Oder, Germany
Sabina Spiga, CNR-IMM, Unit of Agrate Brianza, Italy
Beatriz Noheda, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Martin Ziegler, TU Ilmenau, Germany

Last modified:09 May 2019 3.12 p.m.

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