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O: Fachverband Oberflächenphysik

O 68: PhD Focus Session: Symposium on "Magnetism – A Potential Platform for Big Data?" (joint session MA/O/AKjDPG)

Mittwoch, 18. März 2020, 15:00–17:15, HSZ 04

As the title of a recent nature editorial article "Big data needs a hardware revolution" points out, new technologies and hardware architectures are necessary in order to cope with the ever increasing amount of information. Google’s AlphaGo’s success apprised of the potential of parallel computing, yet energy efficiency is a major challenge. Hardware developers came up with mimicking the human brain as the most efficient processor, leading to the field of neuromorphic computing. An immense amount of research is deployed in different fields to screen for fast, low energy consuming and scalable solutions. This focus session is meant to give insight into the current state-of-the-art computing together with its challenges as an introduction. Two major approaches to implement new computation technologies using magnetism, namely, neuromorphic computing based on spintronics, and wave-based computing using magnonics will be presented. A fourth talk, covering the prevailing use of magnetic tape for Big Data storage will give insight into the magnetic backbone of the largest information repositories.

Organizers: Mauricio Bejarano and Tobias Hula (Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden Rossendorf), Luis Flacke and Lukas Liensberger (Walther-Meissner Institute and TU Munich)

15:00 O 68.1 Hauptvortrag: Data Storage and Processing in the Cognitive Era — •Giovanni Cherubini
15:30 O 68.2 Hauptvortrag: Brain-inspired approaches and ultrafast magnetism for Green ICT — •Theo Rasing
  16:00 15 min. break.
16:15 O 68.3 Hauptvortrag: How good are spin waves for data processing? — •Andrii Chumak
16:45 O 68.4 Hauptvortrag: Unconventional computing with stochastic magnetic tunnel junctions — •Alice Mizrahi, Tifenn Hirtzlin, Matthew Daniels, Nicolas Locatelli, Akio Fukushima, Hit Kubota, Shinsi Yuasa, MD Stiles, Julie Grollier, and Damien Querlioz
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