Ultrafast 'camera' captures hidden behavior of potential 'neuromorphic' material

Ultrafast ‘camera’ captures hidden behavior of potential ‘neuromorphic’ material

Yimei Zhu and Junjie Li at the 3 MeV ultrafast electron diffraction instrument at Brookhaven National Laboratory’s Accelerator Test Facility. This instrument acts like a high-resolution stroboscopic “camera” to track trajectories of atoms. Credit: Brookhaven National Laboratory Imagine a computer that can think as fast as the human brain while using very little energy. That’s …

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