Workshop Program

Sunday 17th September 2023

  • Individual arrival and check-in
  • Reception and getting to know each other

Monday 18th September 2023

Focus Session: State & Perspective of Edge Computing Systems
08:15Opening remarks
T108:30Chiara BartolozziUnconventional sensing and perception: using event-driven technologies for robots
T209:00Erika CoviLeveraging Memristive Technologies for Neuromorphic Hardware in Edge Computing
T309:30Kamal AsadiFerroelectric resistance switching devices for neuromorphic applications
10:00 – 10:30Break
Focus Session: Emerging Materials and Processes for NC
T410:30Emil J. W. List-KratochvilPlasmonic and Photonic Neuromorphic Device Concepts for Artificial Neural Networks
T511:00Bergoi IbarluceaHybrid neurotransistors based on silicon nanowires coated with polarizable films
T611:30Michele di LauroOrganic neuromorphic devices as building blocks and for neuroelectronics
T711:45Bajramshahe ShkodraSpray-coated thin-film memristors for neuromorphic applications
12:00 – 13:30Lunch Break
Focus Session: Materials for Neuromorphic Computing & HMIs
T813:30Jonathan RivnayEngineering mixed conductor transport and device form factor for neuromorphic applications
T914:00Sihong WangBiomimetic Designs of Organic Electrochemical Transistors for Human-Interfaced Biosensing and Neuromorphic Computing
T1014:30Bingjun WangFace-on Orientation Improving Out-of-plane Charge Transport for High-Performance Vertical Organic Electrochemical Transistors
T1114:45Corentin ScholaertFrom a single dendrite to dendritic networks: towards multi-terminal OECTs
15:00 – 15:30Break
Focus Session: Focus Session: Advanced of Devices & Systems for NC
T1215:30Wei MaAn organic electrochemical transistor for multi-modal sensing, memory and processing
T1316:00Yoeri van de BurgtHardware implementation of backpropagation using progressive gradient descent 
T1416:30Luis Antonio Panes-RuizAmbipolar neurotransistors based on polarizable sol-gel modified carbon nanotube field-effect transistors
T1516:45Ali SolgiEnhancing Response Time in Organic Electrochemical Transistors via Top-Gate Configuration with Printed Solid-State Electrolyte
T1617:00Jörg StrutwolfRoll-to-Roll printed organic memristive layers for neuromorphic
17:30 – 19:00Poster Session
19:00 BBQ & Get-Together

Tuesday 19th September 2023

Focus Session: Towards Complexity & Evolving NC Systems I
T1708:30Alon AscoliExplaining Complex Neuronal Phenomena via Edge of Chaos Theory
T1809:00Jennifer GerasimovNew concepts in training synaptic evolvable organic electrochemical transistors
T1909:30Megumi Akai-KasayaConductive Polymer 3D Networks and synaptic behavior trainings for Neuromorphic Wetware
10:00 – 10:30Break
Focus Session: Towards Complexity & Evolving NC Systems II
T2010:30Fabien AlibartStructural plasticity with PEDOT-based dendritic electropolymerization for neuromorphic engineering
T2111:00Richard KantelbergReservoir computing with fiber-grown networks
T2211:15Giovanni LigorioExploring Two-Terminal Devices for Neuromorphic Computing: From Vertical Synaptic Diodes to Planar Inkjet-Printed Organic Device
T2311:30Daniela RanaNeuromorphic organic electrochemical transistor for actuation and reinforcement learning applications
T2411:45Henrique F. P. BarbosaStudy of the working mechanism of Electrochemical Neuromorphic Organic Devices
12:00 – 13:00Lunch Break
Focus Session: Device & Model Development for Spiking Neurons
T2513:00Laurie CalvetTFT technologies for realizing the Axon-Hillock Circuit
T2613:30Robert NawrockiSoft Computing with Soft Materials: Organic Spiking Neuromorphic Circuits
T2714:00Ghader DarbandyNumerical TCAD and Physics-Based Compact Modeling of Neuromorphic Organic Devices
T2814:15Gaia TomaselloThe use Artificial Intelligence tools within Scientific Publishing Industry
15:00 – 19:00Hiking tour in Saxonian Switzerland
19:00Conference Dinner

Wednesday 20th September 2023

Focus Session: Bioelectronics I – Materials, Interfaces, Signals
T2908:30Sahika InalElectron-transporting conjugated polymers in organic bioelectronics
T3009:00Fabio BiscariniOscillations of Transconductance of Organic Transistors: a new paradigm for neuromorphic behaviour?
T3109:30Simon MusallCell-type specific neural dynamics throughout the cortex of awake, task-performing mice
10:00 – 10:30Break
Focus Session: Bioelectronics I – Interfaces, Devices & Models
T3210:30Paschalis GkoupidenisOrganic neuromorphic electronics for emulating and interfacing biological systems
T3311:00Victor ErokhinPolymer Memristive Devices Based Reservoir Computing for Neuromorphic Information Processing
T3411:30Björn LüssemModeling Organic Electrochemical Transistors and Electrochemical Neuromorphic Devices
12:00 – 13:30Lunch Break
Focus Session: Neuromorphic Devices – Models & Integration
T3513:30Mohamad Moner Al ChawaA Memristor Model for Neuromorphic ReRAM Devices
T3613:45Shijie WangA chemically mediated optical nerve based on Organic electrochemical transistors
T3714:00Daniel FelderSpiking neural networks compensate weight drift in organic neuromorphic device network
T3814:15Anna DesalvoFlexible organic devices for neuroelectronics
14:30 Closing Statement

Poster session

1Yahya Asl SoleimaniThe Medium Time Scale Transient Response of Organic Electrochemical Transistors
2Charles-Théophile CoenPhotopatternable OECTs for scalable and high resolution organic electronics
3Klara HänischOrganic photomultipliers working a reservoir
4Bob HuismanIntegration of local neuromorphic circuits in soft robotic systems to realize learning and memory
5Imke KrauhausenOrganic neuromorphic electronics for local learning and control in robotics
6Tommy MeierPrinted Solid-State Electrolytes for OECTs: A Study on Impact and Optimization of Transfer Characteristics
7Marielena Velasco-EnriquezTuning of OECT Threshold Voltage by varying doping of semiconducting polymer p(g3T2-T)
8Yeohoon YoonMüller C-Element based on Dual gate based OECTs
9Naruki HagiwaraGrowth of 3D Conductive Polymer Fiber Networks  towards Neuromorphic Wetware
10Laura TeuerleDedoping of PEDOT:PSS using Amines to shift the Threshold Voltage in OECTs
11Anju Kumari Rohit lalThe pinMOS memory device: as a potential neuromorphic memcapacitor 
12Antonio LoboscoElectrolyte dependency of long-term plasticity in organic electrochemical transistors 
13Steffen RühlElectrolyte Gating of TMDC Monolayer FETs: Considerations for Operation in Aqueous Environments
14Max Heyl2D electric-double-layer only transistors for emulating synaptic functionalities
15Fabian GärischInkjet-printed organic synaptic diodes based on mixed ionic-electronic conductors
16Federico RondelliIntra-cortical Neuromorphic Device for in vivo Dopamine Mapping
17Amric BonilFloating-base Organic Permeable Base Transistors as non-volatile Memory Device
18Janic TöxEmulation of Ion channel behavior for neuromorphic applications through electrodeposited PEDOT-Crown films
19Kevin LengefeldDendritic Growth of 3D PEDOT Fibers for Neuroelectronic Applications
20Yazhou WangAcceptor Functionalization via Green Chemistry Enables High-Performance n-Type Organic Electrochemical Transistors for Biosensing, Memory Applications
21Anton WeißbachUnraveling the Electrochemical Electrode Coupling in Integrated Organic Electrochemical Transistors