This workshop will be focused on improving device and manufacturing capabilities for analog and neuromorphic integrated circuits (ICs). The further development of hardware optimized for these computational approaches presents major opportunities in reducing energy consumption of electronics systems that are critical to many applications including manufacturing, transportation, and national security.

This workshop will collect stakeholder perspectives on the latest advances in analog and neuromorphic computing hardware, the applications best suited to benefit from them, the user needs driving innovations, and challenges that slow or prevent scale-up and potential integration with current semiconductor technologies.

Registration Closed

Virtual Workshop | August 11-13
Hosted by the U.S. Department of Energy
Advanced Manufacturing Office
Co-sponsored by DOE Office of Science and SRC