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Email: mschwack

Miranda Schwacke

PHD Student

Miranda’s research focuses on creating electrochemical artificial synapses based on electrochemical random-access memory (ECRAM) for energy efficient neuromorphic computing. These devices require precise control over ion dynamics in inorganic materials to allow for tuning of the electronic conductivity in the materials. This project is in collaboration with Professors Ju Li and Jesús del Alamo.

Education: BS, Materials Science, California Institute of Technology