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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.

 

Selected publications

  • 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)

Education

  • 2008: PhD, University Picardie Jules Verne (France), Thin Films physics.
  • 2004: M. Sc, University of Lille (France)

Professional experience

  • 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.