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The enigmatic human brain simplified using memristor | Anubhav Jagtap | TEDxCSULB
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Added Jul 6, 2016
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Anubhav Jagtap answers the most debated questions related to human brain – using memristor, a fourth fundamental electronic component. The talk ends by conducting a live experiment with the audience.

Anubhav Jagtap is a graduate student at California State University, Long Beach. He is currently pursuing a Masters of Science degree in Electrical Engineering. He pursued his bachelor’s degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering at Gujarat Technological University in India. After completing his degree at CSULB, he would like to work in industry and pursue a PhD in Electrical Engineering. His Research interests are Non-volatile memory, Memristor (RRAM), Memory Design, Brain Mapping. Apart from this he also like to travel to different places in his car. He wishes to drive all the way from west coast to east coast when he gets the chance.

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