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Dr Zidan aims high

posted Jul 16, 2018, 7:46 PM by Khaled salama
Our first PhD graduate, Dr Mohamed Zidan, continues to demonstrate a high calibre work during his postdoctoral fellowship. Check his recent nature publications below.  Zidan did his PhD on Memristor circuits and systems. Throughout his PhD he published a record 10 journal and 14 conference papers. Details can be found here.  Its worth mentioning that Zidan was awarded the prestigious IEEE circuits and systems society pre-doctroal scholarship in 2014 and was invited to the very selective 65th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting in 2015. His work on "Memristor-based memory: The sneak paths problem and solutionsat the microelectronics journal is the most cited and appears on the top 25 hottest papers for 2014.  We are proud of Zidan and we wish him good luck with his academic job search.
    1. M. A. Zidan, Y. Jeong, J. Lee, B. Chen, S. Huang, M. J. Kushner, and W. D. Lu “A General Memristor-Based Partial Differential Equation Solver,” Nature Electronics, 1 (7), 411–420 
    2. M. A. Zidan, J. P. Strachan, W. D. Lu, “The Future of Electronics based on Memristive Systems,” Nature Electronics, 1 (1), 22-29 
    3.  C. Du, F. Cai, M. A. Zidan, W. Ma, S. H. Lee, W. D. Lu, “Reservoir Computing Using Dynamic Memristors for Temporal Information Processing,” Nature Communications, 8(1), 2204 



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