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    Neuro-inspired materials and devices Lab

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Introduction of Neuro-inspired materials and devices Lab

The language of intelligent life is "ions", and the language of artificial intelligence is "electrons". The generation and processing of signals in intelligent life is controlled through nanoscale ion channels for ion transport, generating action units on micrometer-sized neurons, and achieving signal transmission and information storage in macroscopic neural networks. To build a high-throughput and low-power brain-like computing system, and break through the barriers of information exchange between intelligent life and artificial intelligence, the "Neuro-inspired Materials and Devices Lab" conducts interdisciplinary research in chemistry, materials, information, biology, and other fields. By imitating the low energy and high-throughput information processing and processing mode of intelligent biology, a bioinspired multi-scale controllable ion transport system has been constructed, revealing the interaction law between ion transport material structure/interface, developed a new machine learning algorithm based on deep neural network (DNN) and pulse neural network (SNN), implemented brain like computing using "ions" as language and used for biological signal regulation.

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Background

Background

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The "Neuro-inspired materials and devices" lab was established in 2021, led by Dr. Kai Xiao (a Humboldt scholar and a national high-level talent recipient; obtained a bachelor's degree from Jilin University in 2012, a PhD degree from the Institute of Chemistry of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2017, and engaged in postdoc research at the Max Planck Institute and Leibniz Institute in Germany from 2017 to 2021). The research group currently has 4 postdoc students, 2 PhD students, 6 master students and 5 research assistants. Since its establishment, the research group has focused on neural inspired materials and brain like calculator devices in Nat Commun, Sci Adv. and others have published multiple papers, and have undertaken and participated in multiple funds such as the National Science and Technology Foundation, the Ministry of Science and Technology, the Science and Technology Commission, and provinces and cities. The research group is recruiting postdoctoral fellows and research assistants for a long time. Students majoring in materials, chemistry, biomedical engineering, neural computing, electronic circuits, and other fields are welcome to join!

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