His primary areas of study are Nanotechnology, Memristor, Optoelectronics, Nanowire and Nanoelectronics. His Nanotechnology study deals with Non-volatile memory intersecting with Resistive switching. He has included themes like Neuromorphic engineering, State variable, Oxide and Computer data storage in his Memristor study.
His Optoelectronics research also works with subjects such as
His scientific interests lie mostly in Memristor, Optoelectronics, Nanotechnology, Nanowire and Resistive random-access memory. He interconnects Artificial neural network, Neuromorphic engineering, Artificial intelligence and Computer data storage in the investigation of issues within Memristor. In his study, Non-volatile memory is inextricably linked to Resistive switching, which falls within the broad field of Neuromorphic engineering.
His studies deal with areas such as Oxide and Electronics as well as Nanotechnology. His work focuses on many connections between Nanowire and other disciplines, such as Condensed matter physics, that overlap with his field of interest in Quantum dot. Within one scientific family, Wei Lu focuses on topics pertaining to Crossbar switch under Resistive random-access memory, and may sometimes address concerns connected to CMOS.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Resistive random-access memory, Neuromorphic engineering, Memristor, Artificial neural network and Crossbar switch. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Efficient energy use, Resistive touchscreen and Parallel computing. His work carried out in the field of Neuromorphic engineering brings together such families of science as Optoelectronics, Resistive switching and Modulation.
He combines subjects such as Artificial neuron and Near-infrared spectroscopy with his study of Optoelectronics. His research investigates the connection with Memristor and areas like Combinatorial optimization which intersect with concerns in Electronic engineering. His Crossbar switch study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Computer hardware, Instruction set, Chip, CMOS and Indium tin oxide.
Wei Lu focuses on Neuromorphic engineering, Artificial neural network, Memristor, Resistive switching and Resistive random-access memory. His studies in Neuromorphic engineering integrate themes in fields like Artificial neuron, Photodiode, Condensed matter physics, Vacancy defect and Resistive touchscreen. His research in Memristor intersects with topics in CMOS, Massively parallel, Combinatorial optimization and Crossbar switch.
His CMOS research is included under the broader classification of Electronic engineering. He has researched Resistive switching in several fields, including Nanoionics and Electronics. The various areas that Wei Lu examines in his Resistive random-access memory study include Non-volatile memory, Oxide, Instability and Deep neural networks.
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Nanoscale Memristor Device as Synapse in Neuromorphic Systems
Sung Hyun Jo;Ting Chang;Idongesit Ebong;Bhavitavya B. Bhadviya.
Nano Letters (2010)
Nanoelectronics from the bottom up
Wei Lu;Charles M. Lieber.
Nature Materials (2007)
Ge/Si nanowire heterostructures as high-performance field-effect transistors
Jie Xiang;Wei Lu;Yongjie Hu;Yue Wu.
Single-crystal metallic nanowires and metal/semiconductor nanowire heterostructures
Yue Wu;Jie Xiang;Chen Yang;Wei Lu.
Observation of conducting filament growth in nanoscale resistive memories
Yuchao Yang;Peng Gao;Siddharth Gaba;Ting Chang.
Nature Communications (2012)
The future of electronics based on memristive systems
Mohammed A. Zidan;John Paul Strachan;Wei D. Lu.
Nature Electronics (2018)
TOPICAL REVIEW: Semiconductor nanowires
Wei Lu;Charles M. Lieber.
A Functional Hybrid Memristor Crossbar-Array/CMOS System for Data Storage and Neuromorphic Applications
Kuk Hwan Kim;Siddharth Gaba;Dana Wheeler;Jose M. Cruz-Albrecht.
Nano Letters (2012)
Short-term memory to long-term memory transition in a nanoscale memristor.
Ting Chang;Sung-Hyun Jo;Wei Lu.
ACS Nano (2011)
Controlled deposition of individual single-walled carbon nanotubes on chemically functionalized templates
Jie Liu;Michael J. Casavant;Michael Cox;D.A. Walters.
Chemical Physics Letters (1999)
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