Suresh Venkatesh and David S. Barth

December issue

This month's issue features magnonic nanocircuits, scalable terahertz metasurfaces, and epicardial patches for mapping electrophysiological activity, as well as our highlights from IEDM 2020.

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    This Review examines the three established approaches for creating stretchable transistors—buckling engineering, stiffness engineering and intrinsic-stretchability engineering—and explores the current and future capabilities of stretchable transistors and circuits in human-integrated electronics.

    • Yahao Dai
    • , Huawei Hu
    • , Maritha Wang
    • , Jie Xu
    •  & Sihong Wang
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    A networked system of eight computing chips, each with its own on-chip memory, can be used to efficiently implement a range of neural network models and sizes.

    • Robert M. Radway
    • , Andrew Bartolo
    • , Paul C. Jolly
    • , Zainab F. Khan
    • , Binh Q. Le
    • , Pulkit Tandon
    • , Tony F. Wu
    • , Yunfeng Xin
    • , Elisa Vianello
    • , Pascal Vivet
    • , Etienne Nowak
    • , H.-S. Philip Wong
    • , Mohamed M. Sabry Aly
    • , Edith Beigne
    • , Mary Wootters
    •  & Subhasish Mitra
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    A surface electromyography biosensing system that is based on a screen-printed, conformal electrode array and has in-sensor adaptive learning capabilities can classify human gestures in real time and with high accuracy.

    • Ali Moin
    • , Andy Zhou
    • , Abbas Rahimi
    • , Alisha Menon
    • , Simone Benatti
    • , George Alexandrov
    • , Senam Tamakloe
    • , Jonathan Ting
    • , Natasha Yamamoto
    • , Yasser Khan
    • , Fred Burghardt
    • , Luca Benini
    • , Ana C. Arias
    •  & Jan M. Rabaey
  • Article |

    Few-layer molybdenum ditelluride and tungsten diselenide field-effect transistors can be reversibly doped with different carrier types and concentrations using pulses of ultraviolet and visible light, allowing reconfigurable complementary metal–oxide–semiconductor circuits to be created.

    • Seung-Young Seo
    • , Gunho Moon
    • , Odongo F. N. Okello
    • , Min Yeong Park
    • , Cheolhee Han
    • , Soonyoung Cha
    • , Hyunyong Choi
    • , Han Woong Yeom
    • , Si-Young Choi
    • , Jewook Park
    •  & Moon-Ho Jo

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Focus

Neuromorphic computing

Seung Hwan Lee, University of Michigan

Neuromorphic computing

The rise of machine learning and artificial intelligence is asking questions about what is the best way to build a computer, and approaches that derive inspiration from the brain could provide an answer. Here, in a series of articles, we explore what such neuromorphic computing can do.