Reservoir Computing with Real-time Data for future IT (RECORD-IT)

The aim of this proposal is to develop an intelligent biocompatible sensing device which detects complex behavioural changes in ion concentrations. The sensor will use wet NOMFETs, coated Si nanowires, self-conjugated polymers, arrays of photocells, flow of lipids. The level of ions will be measured by monitoring changes in the response function of the system. The high sensitivity of the device will be achieved by ensuring a strong coupling between the environment and the device. The key research challenges will be: accessing the feasibility of the idea to use reservoir computing for sensing complex environmental changes, identifying suitable integration strategies for the components, optimizing the sets of input/output pairs (response functions) and the device components for enhanced sensitivity.

Partner organizations

  • Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS) (Public, France)
  • University of Basel (Academic, Switzerland)
  • The French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) (Research Institute, France)
  • Technische Universität Dresden (Academic, Germany)
  • The Hebrew University Of Jerusalem (Academic, Israel)
  • Ruder Boskovic Institute (Research Institute, Croatia)
  • AGH University of Science and Technology (Private, Poland)
Start date 01/09/2015
End date The project is closed: 31/08/2018
Dominique Vuillaume (CNRS, France)
Philippe Blanchard (Univ-Angers, France)
Michel Calame (UNIBAS, Switzerland)
Konrad Szacilowski (AGH, Poland)
Shlomo Yitzchaik (HUJI, Israel)
Christian GAMRAT (CEA, France)
Rafael Gutierrez (TUD, Germany)
Giovani Cuniberti (TUD, Germany)
Željko Crljen (RBI, Croatia)

​Partner ​Role in the project Contact
​Chalmers, Sweden ​coordination, theoretical modeling; heterointegration options (experiment)
​Zoran Konkoli;
Aldo Jesorka
CNRS, France ​organic transistor sensor Dominique Vuillaume
Univ-Angers, France Philippe Blanchard
UNIBAS, Switzerland Michel Calame
AGH-UST, Poland Konrad Szacilowski
HUJI, Israel Shlomo Yitzchaik
CEA, France Christian GAMRAT
TUD, Germany Rafael Gutierrez,
Giovani Cuniberti
RBI, Croatia Željko Crljen

Funded by

  • European Commission (EC) (Public, Belgium)

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