Adjunct Research Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering-Electrophysics
Prof. Staley Williams is among the most prominent and prolific researchers worldwide in the areas of electronic devices and computing applications. His current research interests are in the areas of nonlinear dynamics of materials and devices, and their utilization for emulating biological processes in neuromorphic computing. He has been awarded the Feynman Prize in Nanotechnology, Julius Springer Award in Applied Physics, Glenn T. Seaborg Medal for Chemistry, Herman Bloch Medal for Industrial Research, and Diels-Planck Medal for Nanotechnology.
Prof. Williams has been closely working with Prof. J. Joshua Yang, Prof. Wei Wu, and other faculty members on memristive devices and neuromorphic computing.
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