In this paper, the mechanisms for stability in ENODe devices are investigated. In this work the mechanisms leading to state loss and cycling instability in redox-gated neuromorphic devices are revealed: parasitic redox reactions and out-diffusion of reducing additives. The results of this study are used to design an encapsulation structure which shows an order of magnitude improvement in state retention and cycling stability.
NWO Gravitation Program Funded
The Dutch Science Foundation (NWO) has funded the Gravitation Program Interactive Polymer Materials (IPM) headed by Jan van Hest and Patricia Dankers. Our group will work together with Bas Overvelde (AMOLF / TU/e) on a Read more…