Optoelectrically-Driven Halide-Perovskite Single-Crystal Memristors with Biorealistic Response
Alexandr Marunchenko a b, Ivan Matchenya b, Anton Khanas c, Roman Podgornyi b, Daniil Shirkin b, Sergey Anoshkin b, Alexey Yulin b, Albert Nasibulin d, Dmitry Krasnikov d, Anatoly Pushkarev b, Ivan Scheblykin a, Andrey Zenkevich c
a Chemical Physics and NanoLund, Department of Chemistry, Lund University, Box 124, Lund 22100, Sweden
b ITMO University, St. Petersburg, Russia, 49 Kronverkskii Avenue, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
c Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT), Moscow, Russia, Institutskiy Pereulok, 9, Dolgoprudny, Russian Federation
d Skoltech - Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Moscow, Bolshoy Boulevard 30, Moskva, Russian Federation
Proceedings of Neuronics Conference (Neuronics)
València, Spain, 2024 February 21st - 23rd
Organizers: Sabina Spiga and Juan Bisquert
Oral, Alexandr Marunchenko, presentation 032
Publication date: 18th December 2023

Next-generation optoelectronics aims to achieve the transition to smart wearable and flexible devices that can communicate with each other and perform neuromorphic computing at the edge. These devices should be able to carry out their regular tasks with the help of energy-efficient in-memory calculations. In this work, we fabricate optoelectronic memristors based on halide-perovskite microwires. The CsPbBr3 halide-perovskite microwires are fabricated on a flexible polymer substrate and integrated with a thin film electrode made of single-walled carbon nanotubes in a lateral geometry. By applying hybrid optoelectrical stimuli, we have shown that our device can perform regular photodetection functions complemented by synaptic functionality. Importantly, we have demonstrated that our device exhibits frequency-dependent bidirectional modification of synaptic weight with a sliding threshold similar to biologically plausible Bienenstock-Cooper-Munro learning. We explain this complex behavior by competing capacitive and inductive branches of equivalent electrical circuit. Our work unveils the opportunity for the development of hybrid organic-inorganic artificial visual systems based on halide-perovskite single-crystals.

The authors acknowledge the ITMO-MIPT-Skoltech Clover Program

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