MNEMOSENE: Computation-in-memory architecture based on resistive devices

7 October 2021

Intelligentsia Consultants were privileged to have supported the consortium – led by TU Delft – of the recently completed MNEMOSENE project. MNEMOSENE was a €4m research and innovation action funded by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 programme. Over the course of the project, Intelligentsia supported TU Delft with the project management and dissemination activities. The project received an excellent final evaluation from the European Commission and was the winner of the ECS Innovation Award for EFECS 2020. Based on the project’s research, the consortium produced over 45 publications in peer-review journals and conference proceedings, including In-Memory Hyperdimensional Computing in Nature Electronics. Furthermore, five patents were filed based on the project’s innovative results.

The project’s main results are described in the following Youtube video:

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