Aarhus University (AU) coordinates SpinAge and provides expertise in microelectronics and integrated circuits (IC) design and implementation. AU will design and implement the ultra-low power CMOS circuits for driving, biasing and sensing the SHNOs/STNOs, driving lasers and implementation of a CMOS-memristor NCS as a reference for comparison.
Aarhus University was founded in 1928. Internationalization is a key part of AU’s mission and the University continuously works to strengthen its international profile. Currently, AU hosts 40000 national and international students.
AU participates in SpinAge with the Department of Engineering, responsible for education, research and development activities, and talent development in the technical science field. The research and development activities cover the engineering field broadly and are organized in four fields: biological and chemical engineering, civil and architectural engineering, electrical and computer engineering, mechanical engineering. The Department hosts the Integrated Circuits and Electronics Lab (ICELab) led by Farshad Moradi.