Hadiyawarman, a PhD candidate of Prof. Tanaka's lab of Department of Human Intelligence Systems, Graduate School of Life Science and Systems Engineering (LSSE), won the Student Award at the joint international conferences, ACSIN-14 & ICSPM26*.
He is a third-year PhD student of Graduate School of LSSE and presented on his research of “Neuromorphic behavior of the aggregation of Ag-Ag2S nanoparticles” at the conference, which more than 703 participants from 34 countries and regions including researchers of top-most universities. His paper won the Student Award among many posters accepted. The paper is the first report that simple nanoparticle aggregation showed the neuromorphic behavior, and the achievement on this material science based neuromorphic device work will be utilized to develop artificial intelligence hardware.
*ACSIN-14 & ICSPM26: 14th International Conference on Atomically Controlled Surfaces, Interfaces and Nanostructures (ACSIN-14) in conjunction with 26th International Colloquium on Scanning Probe Microscopy (ICSPM26)