Imagine a world where there ia data deluge; much more than what it is today. What if there was a way to tap into this data without compromising privacy. While existing hardware and chip technologies do not have the ability to process information right on your device, they rely on sending this out to processing centers via the cloud. 

What if your device (be it a consumer device (like a phone or a driverless car) or a medical implant) was capable of doing all of this on the chip and enable real-time decision making. 

Our guest, Themis Prodromakis makes this possible via his research on memristors. To learn more, tune in. He is a professor at University of Southampton and has founded two companies –  ArC instruments (which is revenue generating without raising equity financing and enables multiple chip manufacturers) and

Some key handles for social media savvy to follow: 
Centre for Electronics Frontiers that Themis directs : 

Themis is the Royal Academy of Engineering Chair in Emerging Technologies: 

ArC Instruments: 

University of Southampton: 

FORTE programme Grant in relation to #memristors: 


Royal Society that supports Themis’ work: