J. Joshua Yang
Nanoelectronics and Nanoionics, especially for energy and computing applications. Interface between nanodevices and biosystems.
Currently three major research thrusts towards unconventional computing technologies:
- High performance Non-volatile memories;
- Analog computing using Resistance analog switches;
- Neuromorphic / Synaptic computing using memristive devices.
Learn more at www.ecs.umass.edu/ece/jjyang/
- BS Mechanical Engineering, Southeast University 1997
- MS Materials Science Program, University of Wisconsin at Madison 2003
- PhD Materials Science Program, University of Wisconsin at Madison 2006