Drndić lab alum Jessamyn Fairfield on ‘Smarter Machines’

Penn Physics alum Jessamyn Fairfield has written a feature for the March 2017 issue of Physics World about neuromorphic electronics, novel devices whose function mimics synaptic function.
Neuromorphic features can be realized in a variety of materials, from nanomaterials to polymers, and may enable the development of electronic skin, novel computational paradigms, or smart neuroprosthetics.
Jessamyn is currently a professor at NUI Galway in Ireland, and did her PhD research in the Drndic lab on semiconducting nanocrystal optoelectronics.

Full text of the article is available here: http://jessamynfairfield.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/PWMar17Fairfield.pdf