Selina La Barbera
Selina La Barbera
Springer Nature
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Plasticity in memristive devices for spiking neural networks
S Saïghi, CG Mayr, T Serrano-Gotarredona, H Schmidt, G Lecerf, J Tomas, ...
Frontiers in neuroscience 9, 51, 2015
1872015
Filamentary switching: synaptic plasticity through device volatility
S La Barbera, D Vuillaume, F Alibart
ACS nano 9 (1), 941-949, 2015
1592015
Interfacial versus filamentary resistive switching in TiO2 and HfO2 devices
G Sassine, S La Barbera, N Najjari, M Minvielle, C Dubourdieu, F Alibart
Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B, Nanotechnology and …, 2016
552016
Narrow Heater Bottom Electrode‐Based Phase Change Memory as a Bidirectional Artificial Synapse
S La Barbera, DRB Ly, G Navarro, N Castellani, O Cueto, G Bourgeois, ...
Advanced Electronic Materials 1800223, https://doi.org/10.1002/aelm.201800223, 2018
302018
Interplay of multiple synaptic plasticity features in filamentary memristive devices for neuromorphic computing
S La Barbera, AF Vincent, D Vuillaume, D Querlioz, F Alibart
Scientific Reports 6 (39216), 2016
202016
Building brain-inspired computing
D Strukov, G Indiveri, J Grollier, S Fusi
Nature Communications, 4838 (2019), 2019
172019
In-depth investigation of programming and reading operations in RRAM cells integrated with Ovonic Threshold Switching (OTS) selectors
M Alayan, E Vianello, G Navarro, C Carabasse, S La Barbera, A Verdy, ...
2017 IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM), 2.3. 1-2.3. 4, 2017
152017
Exploiting the Short-term to Long-term Plasticity Transition in Memristive Nanodevice Learning Architectures
CH Bennett, S La Barbera, AF Vincent, F Alibart, D Querlioz
International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN), Vancouver, BC …, 2016
92016
Synaptic plasticity with memristive nanodevices
S La Barbera, F Alibart
Advances in Neuromorphic Hardware Exploiting Emerging Nanoscale Devices, 17-43, 2017
62017
Metal oxide resistive memory (OxRAM) and phase change memory (PCM) as artificial synapses in spiking neural networks
E Vianello, DRB Ly, S La Barbera, T Dalgaty, N Castellani, G Navarro, ...
2018 25th IEEE International Conference on Electronics, Circuits and Systems …, 2018
52018
Short-term to long-term plasticity transition in filamentary switching for memory applications
S La Barbera, AF Vincent, D Vuillaume, D Querlioz, F Alibart
2015 International Conference on Memristive Systems (MEMRISYS), 1-2, 2015
12015
Method of producing a recurrent neural network computer
E Vianello, C Carabasse, S La Barbera, R Tiron
US Patent App. 16/649,906, 2020
2020
Analog method for programming a phase change memory cell by means of identical electrical pulses
S La Barbera, N Castellani, G Navarro, E Vianello
US Patent 10,755,754, 2020
2020
Process for the manufacture of a recurrent neural network calculator
E Vianello, S La Barbera, JF Nodin, R Tiron
US Patent 10,741,757, 2020
2020
(Invited) Emulating Synaptic Plasticity in Neuromorphic Systems with Resistive Memories
S La Barbera, E Vianello, T Werner, B De Salvo, L Perniola
International conference of Solid State Devices and Materials SSDM2017 …, 2017
2017
Multiple plasticity mechanisms in synaptic-like memory devices
S La Barbera, A Vincent, D Vuillaume, D Querlioz, F Alibart
European Materials Research Society Spring Meeting, E-MRS Spring 2016, At …, 2016
2016
Development of filamentary Memristive devices for synaptic plasticity implementation
S La Barbera
Lille 1, 2015
2015
Short-Term to Long-Term Plasticity Transition by Filamentary Switching Volatility Control
S La Barbera, D Vuillaume, F Alibart
W03 2nd International Workshop on Neuromorphic and Brain-Based Computing …, 2015
2015
Filamentary Switching: synaptic plasticity through device volatility
IEEE Swiss CAS/ED Workshop 2014 on Memristive Devices and Neuromorphic …, 2014
2014
Atomic Switch: fonctionnalités synaptiques et stratégies d'intégration
S La Barbera, D Guérin, D Vuillaume, F Alibart
Journées NeuroSTIC 2014, 2014
2014
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