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Professor Shinhyun Choi’s team, selected for Nature Communications Editors’ highlight​
View : 879 Date : 2022-11-01 Writer : PR Office

Photo of the researchers of the highlighted research

[ From left, Ph.D. candidates See-On Park and Hakcheon Jeong, along with Master's student Jong-Yong Park and Professor Shinhyun Choi ] 


See-On Park, Hakcheon Jeong, Jong-Yong Park - a team of researchers under the leadership of Professor Shinhyun Choi of the School of Electrical Engineering, developed a highly reliable variable resistor (memristor) array that simulates the behavior of neurons using a metal oxide layer with an oxygen concentration gradient, and published their work in Nature Communications. The study was selected as the Nature Communications' Editor's highlight, and as the featured article posted on the main page of the journal's website. 


Link : https://www.nature.com/ncomms/


A screenshot of the Nature Communications Website

[ Figure 1. The featured image on the main page of the Nature Communications' website introducing the research by Professor Choi's team on the memristor for artificial neurons ] 


Thesis title: Experimental demonstration of highly reliable dynamic memristor for artificial neuron and neuromorphic computing.  

https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-022-30539-6 )


At KAIST, their research was introduced on the 2022 Fall issue of Breakthroughs, the biannual newsletter published by KAIST College of Engineering. 


This research was conducted with the support from the Samsung Research Funding & Incubation Center of Samsung Electronics

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