Stochastic resonance in electronics – online seminar

The AGH UST Academic Center for Materials and Nanotechnology invites to a virtual seminar in the series "Krakow Condensed Matter Seminar", which will be held on 10th March 2021, at 9.00 am.

A lecture titled “Stochastic resonance in electronics” will be presented by Professor Seiya Kasai (University of Hokkaido, Sapporo, Japan).

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Stochastic resonance is a nonlinear phenomenon in nature and biology, where response to weak signal is enhanced by imposing noise. We have investigated to cause this counter-intuitive phenomenon in semiconductor electron devices and apply it to electronics. In this seminar, I will present SR in electronics and related topics including brief history of the phenomenon. I would like to mention on our current understanding on “why noise/fluctuation can enhance the sensitivity to weak signal?” if the time is available.