Perovskites enable novel light-emitting RRAM device
Researchers from Kyushu University and the National Taiwan Normal University developed a new RRAM device, readable through both electrical and optical methods. The device is based on perovskite quantum dots that enable to simultaneously store and visually transmit data.
By integrating a light-emitting electrochemical cell with a resistive random-access memory that are both based on perovskite, the team achieved parallel and synchronous reading of data both electrically and optically in a â€˜light-emitting memory.â€™
Read the full story Posted: Aug 26,2021