New DEPSCoR Grant to Support Neuromorphic Computing Efforts at DC Universities

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Prof. Kai Liu is part of a team from DC universities led by George Washington University that has recently received a $1M Defense Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (DEPSCoR) capacity-building grant from the Department of Defense (new window), “Short-range Order Materials for Neuromorphic Electronic and Biosensing Devices”. The team will collaboratively develop the regional research capacity needed to create new types of devices for next-generation computing. In particular, they are focusing on emerging electronic and sensing devices for future integration in brain-inspired, also known as neuromorphic, computing systems. 

For more details, please see article from GWU: https://engineering.gwu.edu/gw-engineering-leads-dc-universities-building-capacity-design-neuromorphic-materials-and-devices