Duygu Kuzum

                                            Postdoctoral Researcher

                                            Stanford University

                                            Department of Electrical Engineering

                                            Center for Integrated Systems,

                                            Room 331X
                                            Stanford, CA 94305

                                            Email: duygu at stanford dot edu

10/12/2013 - I have been selected as PopTech Science Fellow.

09/02/2013 - Our invited review “Synaptic Electronics: materials, devices and applications” is published in Nanotechnology. 

03/21/2013 - I give an invited talk at MRS 2013 Spring meeting.

12/15/2012 - Our paper on low energy, robust computation with synaptic devices is published in IEEE TED.

11/20/2012 - I gave an invited talk at MEMCO.

05/09/2012 - Our work is featured on the cover of Nano Letters.  

09/22/2011 - Our IEDM paper on learning with nanoelectronic synapses is featured by EE Times even  before the conference.

08/24/2011 - Our work is highlighted in Smart Connections article, Nature News & Views. 

07/27/2011 - Prof. Wong had a radio interview with Southern California Public Radio about our nanoelectronic synapse work.

07/22/2011 - Our work on nanoelectronic synapses is highlighted in EE Times.

07/12/2011 - Our work on nanoelectronic synapses is highlighted in Stanford News and NewScientist.

06/21/2011 - Our work on nanoelectronic programmable  synapses is highlighted in Nanowerk.

06/14/2011 - My paper on nanoelectronic programmable  synapses is published online in Nano Letters.


Postdoctoral Training:

2010-Present, Stanford University

(Nanoelectronics Group, Advisor: H.-S. Philip Wong)


2009, Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, Stanford University

(Advisor: Krishna Saraswat)
2006, M.S. in Electrical Engineering,
Stanford University

2004, B.S. in Electrical Engineering, Bilkent University