Biocompatible Bilayer Quantum Graphene-Based Artificial Synaptic Transistors (BLAST) Capable of Mimicking Synaptic Behavior

This new technical paper titled ‘Metaplastic and energy-efficient biocompatible graphene artificial synaptic transistors for enhanced accuracy neuromorphic computing’ was published by researchers at The University of Texas at Austin and Sandia National Laboratories.
‘CMOS-based computing systems that employ the von Neumann architecture are relatively limited when it comes to parallel data storage and processing. In contrast, the human brain is a living computational signal processing unit that operates with extreme parallelism and energy efficiency.