Philippe Talatchian is a UMD Postdoctoral Researcher in the Alternative Computing Group in the Nanoscale Device Characterization Division of the Physical Measurement Laboratory (PML). He received his M.S. at The Paris-Diderot University in Quantum device systems and his Ph.D. at The Paris-Sud University (Orsay) in Condensed Matter Physics. His doctoral thesis focused on the synchronization of spin-torque nano-oscillators for brain-inspired computing. He demonstrated for the first-time neuromorphic computing and learning with four coupled nanoscale oscillators. Philippe is working with Mark Stiles on experimental implementations of networks of superparamagnetic tunnel junctions for building and demonstrating energy-efficient computing approaches.
Designing large arrays of interacting spin-torque nano-oscillators for microwave information processing, P. Talatchian, M. Romera, F. Abreu Araujo, P. Bortolotti, V. Cros, D. Vodenicarevic, N. Locatelli, D. Querlioz, J. Grollier, Phys. Rev. Appl. 13, 024073 (2020).
Microwave neural processing and broadcasting with spintronic nano-oscillators, P. Talatchian, M. Romera, S. Tsunegi, F. Abreu Araujo, V. Cros, P. Bortolotti, J. Trastoy, K. Yakushiji, A. Fukushima, H. Kubota, S. Yuasa, M. Ernoult, D. Vodenicarevic, T. Hirtzlin, N. Locatelli, D. Querlioz, J. Grollier, IEEE International Electron Device Meeting (IEDM), 27.4.1 27.4.4 (2018).
Vowel recognition with four coupled spin-torque nano-oscillators, M. Romera†, P. Talatchian†, S. Tsunegi, F. Abreu Araujo, V. Cros, P. Bortolotti, J. Trastoy, K. Yakushiji, A. Fukushima, H. Kubota, S. Yuasa, M. Ernoult, D. Vodenicarevic, T. Hirtzlin, N. Locatelli, D. Querlioz, J. Grollier, Nature 563, 230-234 (2018). † These two authors have equally contributed to the work.
Enhancing the injection locking range of spin-torque oscillators through mutual coupling, M. Romera, P. Talatchian, R. Lebrun, K.J. Merazzo, P. Bortolotti, L. Villa, J.D. Costa, R. Ferreira, P. Freitas, M.-C. Cyrille, U. Ebels, V. Cros, J. Grollier, Appl. Phys. Lett. 109, 252404 (2016).