Our vision is to rejuvenate modern electronics by developing and enabling a new approach to electronic systems where reconfigurability, scalability, operational flexibility/resilience, power efficiency and cost-effectiveness are combined. 

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UV induced resistive switching in hybrid polymer metal oxide memristors
Spyros Stathopoulos, Ioulia Tzouvadaki, Themis Prodromakis
There is an increasing interest for alternative ways to program memristive devices to arbitrary resistive levels. Among them, light-controlled programming approach, where optical input is used to improve or to promote the resistive switching, has drawn particular attention. Here, we present a straight-forward method to induce resistive switching to a memristive device, introducing a new version of a metal-oxide memristive architecture coupled with a UV-sensitive hybrid top electrode obtained through direct surface treatment with PEDOT:PSS of an established resistive random access memory platform. UV-illumination ultimately results to resistive switching, without involving any additional stimulation, and a relation between the switching magnitude and the applied wavelength is depicted. Overall, the system and method presented showcase a promising proof-of-concept for granting an exclusively light-triggered resistive switching to memristive devices irrespectively of the structure and materials comprising their main core, and, in perspective can be considered for functional integrations optical-induced sensing.
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