Assistant Professor School of Microelectronics
Dr Feichi ZHOU is now an Assistant Professor at the Southern University of Science and Technology. Her research mainly focused on emerging in-sensor computing devices (e.g. optoelectronic resistive switching memory and neuromorphic vision sensors) and in-memory computing devices (e.g. RRAM based neuromorphic computing and logic devices). She has published papers as the first author on high-impact journals, e.g. Nature Nanotechnology, Nature Electronics, ACS Nano, Advanced Functional Materials, Research, etc. The paper published on Nature Nanotechnology was selected as ESI top 1% most highly cited paper. She was also the recipient of 2019 Hong Kong Young Scientist Award.
Emerging in-sensor and near-sensor computing devices；Optoelectronic memory & Neuromorphic vision sensors；RRAM based neuromorphic computing & logic devices；Heterogeneous integration for AIoT chips