Dr., Research Scientist CNRS
My research activity is oriented toward the development of memory devices for innovative computing solutions. Based on my experience in organic materials and solid state physics, I developed different technologies of memristive devices for neuromorphic utilization. We are covering devices fabrication, characterization of the physical properties and performances, small scale circuits for proof of concept demonstration.
- A memristive nanoparticle/organic hybrid synapstor for neuro-inspired computing. F. Alibart, S. Pleutin, O. Bichler, C. Gamrat, T. Serrano-Gotarredona, B. Linares‐Barranco & D. Vuillaume.
Advanced Functional materials, 22, 609-16 (2012)
- High-precision tuning of state for memristive devices by adaptable variation-tolerant algorithm. F. Alibart, L. Gao, B. D. Hoskins, and D. B. Strukov. Nanotechnology, 23, 075201 (2011)
- An organic-nanoparticle transistor behaving as a biological synapse.
F. Alibart, S. Pleutin, D. Guerin, C. Novembre, S. Lenfant, K. Lmimouni, C. Gamrat, D. Vuillaume. Advanced Functional materials, 20 (2), 330-337 (2010)
- Influence of Disorder on Localization and Density of States in Amorphous Carbon Nitride Thin Films Systems Rich in PI-bonded Carbon Atoms. F. Alibart, M. Lejeune, O. Durand-Drouhin, K. Zellama, M. Benlahsen. J. Appl. Phys., 108, 053504 (2010)
- 2008: PhD, University Picardie Jules Verne (France), Thin Films physics.
- 2004: M. Sc, University of Lille (France)
- since 2012: Research Scientist at IEMN-CNRS, University of Lille, France
- 2010 -2012: Post-doctoral position on memristors at Univ. of California at Santa-Barbara (USA), D. Strukov's group.
- 2008 - 2010 : Post-doctoral position on organic neuro-inspired devices at IEMN-CNRS, Univ. of Lille (France)
- 2004 - 2008: PhD thesis work on optoelectronics properties of amorphous carbon nitrides for semiconductor applications, University of Picardie, France.