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Ultralow-power non-volatile memory storage

last modified Mar 12, 2020 04:48 PM
Giuliana & Judith’s work will focus on the development of scalable, ultralow-power non-volatile memory storage through the application of highly innovative materials.

The Royal Academy of Engineering has recognised Professor Judith Driscoll with the award of a Chair in Emerging Technologies, a scheme designed to identify and promote global research visionaries. They provide long-term (10 year) research support for the advancement of emerging technologies from basic science, through to deployment and commercialisation. 

Dr Giuliana Di Martino has been appointed as a University Lecturer in Device Materials, and will work with Judith during her tenure towards the success of the project.

The areas chosen are those with the potential to considerably benefit society and the UK economy, and enable the nation to remain at the global forefront of engineering innovation by tackling some of the biggest industrial and societal challenges of our time.

Giuliana & Judith’s work will focus on the development of scalable, ultralow-power non-volatile memory storage through the application of highly innovative materials. This is essential to a wide range of growing data-centric technologies including IoT, transport, medicine, and AI. A range of materials compositions and nanostructures will be trialled in different forms of memory device. Liaison with industry will then bring the devices to commercialisation.

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