A brief history of the memristor: from Leon Chua, to HP, to Boston University

Posted on: 07/09/2009

New Scientist New Scientist has recently published an overview of the history of the memristor, from its theoretical discovery in 1971 by Leon Chua at the University of California, Berkeley, to its nano instantiation by Stan Williams and Greg Snider at the HP Labs, Palo Alto, to the implementation of neural models via the DARPA SyNAPSE program, which involve the Department of Cognitive Neural System (CNS) at Boston University. Read the article Read the article