On Tuesday, October 6, the Aachen Graphene & 2D Materials will host a seminar by Prof. Thomas Mueller, from the Technical University of Vienna, who will present his latest results on how to exploit 2D-semiconductor photodiode-arrays for ultrafast machine vision.
Mueller is the head of the Nanoscale Electronics & Optoelectronics Group at Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien). His research focuses on electronic and photonic devices based on two-dimensional materials. Among the recent achievements of his group there are the demonstration of the first microprocessor based on a two-dimensional semiconductor and of the first operational amplifier based on molybdenum disulfide (MoS2).
In his talks he will discuss how an image sensor formed by a reconfigurable 2D-semiconductor photodiode-array can simultaneously sense and process optical images without latency – a result that has been published in the March issue of Nature (Ultrafast machine vision with 2D material neural network image sensors, Nature 579, 62 (2020)).
The full abstract of Mueller’s talk can be downloaded here.
The seminar will be held via Zoom and it is open also for people non-belonging to the Center, who can request a link to connect at firstname.lastname@example.org.