This summer we will host two internship students from NU, Kazakhstan, Olga Krestinskaya and Irina Fedorova . They will work on the fabrication and modelling of memristor devices. They will extend their work to build neuromorphic computational units. This work is in collaboration with Prof. Alex James.
Olga Krestinskaya (2016-2017)
Olga Krestinskaya received her Bachelor's degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering in 2016 from the Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan. Currently she is doing her Master's Degree in the Nazarbayev University. During the undergraduate study, she conducted the research on memristive circuits and bio-inspired algorithms. Currently, she focuses on hierarchical temporal memory and pattern recognition algorithms.
Irina Fedorova (2016-2017)
Irina Fedorova received her Bachelor's degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering in 2016 from the Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan. Starting from the first year of Bachelor’s degree studies at Engineering Department she was involved into research on neuromorphic circuits design. Her interest includes memristive circuits and logic cells that could be used along with conventional CMOS circuits for designing neuromorphic vision system. The focus of her current work is Hierarchical Temporal Memory.