Emily Toomey
Emily Toomey
Laboratory for Physical Sciences
Verified email at lps.umd.edu
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A compact superconducting nanowire memory element operated by nanowire cryotrons
QY Zhao, EA Toomey, BA Butters, AN McCaughan, AE Dane, SW Nam, ...
Superconductor Science and Technology 31 (3), 035009, 2018
512018
Comparison of Canonical versus Silver (I)-Mediated Base-Pairing on Single Molecule Conductance in Polycytosine dsDNA
E Toomey, J Xu, S Vecchioni, L Rothschild, S Wind, GE Fernandes
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 120 (14), 7804-7809, 2016
362016
Frequency Pulling and Mixing of Relaxation Oscillations in Superconducting Nanowires
E Toomey, QY Zhao, AN McCaughan, KK Berggren
Physical Review Applied 9 (6), 2018
162018
Construction and characterization of metal ion-containing DNA nanowires for synthetic biology and nanotechnology
S Vecchioni, MC Capece, E Toomey, L Nguyen, A Ray, A Greenberg, ...
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-15, 2019
132019
Design of a power efficient artificial neuron using superconducting nanowires
E Toomey, K Segall, KK Berggren
Frontiers in neuroscience 13, 933, 2019
122019
Bridging the Gap Between Nanowires and Josephson Junctions: A Superconducting Device Based on Controlled Fluxon Transfer
E Toomey, M Onen, B Butters, AN McCaughan, K Berggren
102019
A kinetic-inductance-based superconducting memory element with shunting and sub-nanosecond write times
AN McCaughan, E Toomey, M Schneider, KK Berggren, SW Nam
Superconductor Science and Technology 32 (1), 015005, 2018
92018
Cryogenic memory architecture integrating spin hall effect based magnetic memory and superconductive cryotron devices
MH Nguyen, GJ Ribeill, MV Gustafsson, S Shi, SV Aradhya, AP Wagner, ...
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-11, 2020
62020
Design and characterization of superconducting nanowire-based processors for acceleration of deep neural network training
M Onen, BA Butters, E Toomey, T Gokmen, KK Berggren
Nanotechnology 31 (2), 025204, 2019
42019
Superconducting nanowire spiking element for neural networks
E Toomey, K Segall, M Castellani, M Colangelo, N Lynch, KK Berggren
Nano Letters 20 (11), 8059-8066, 2020
32020
Influence of tetramethylammonium hydroxide on niobium nitride thin films
E Toomey, M Colangelo, N Abedzadeh, KK Berggren
Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B, Nanotechnology and …, 2018
32018
Multilayered Heater Nanocryotron: A Superconducting-Nanowire-Based Thermal Switch
R Baghdadi, JP Allmaras, BA Butters, AE Dane, S Iqbal, AN McCaughan, ...
Physical Review Applied 14 (5), 054011, 2020
22020
Superconducting nanowire-based programmable processor
KK Berggren, OM Onen, B Butters, E Toomey
US Patent App. 16/266,507, 2020
22020
Superconducting nanowire electronics for alternative computing
E Toomey
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2020
22020
Investigation of ma-N 2400 series photoresist as an electron-beam resist for superconducting nanoscale devices
E Toomey, M Colangelo, KK Berggren
Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B, Nanotechnology and …, 2019
22019
Methods of Synthesis and Characterization of Conductive DNA Nanowires Based on Metal Ion-Mediated Base Pairing for Single-Molecule Electronics
S Vecchioni, MC Capece, E Toomey, L Rothschild, SJ Wind
Journal of Self-Assembly and Molecular Electronics (SAME) 6 (1), 61-90, 2018
12018
Microwave response of nonlinear oscillations in resistively shunted superconducting nanowires
E Toomey
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2017
12017
A scalable superconducting nanowire memory cell and preliminary array test
BA Butters, R Baghdadi, M Onen, EA Toomey, O Medeiros, KK Berggren
Superconductor Science and Technology 34 (3), 035003, 2021
2021
A Power Efficient Artificial Neuron Using Superconducting Nanowires
E Toomey, K Segall, KK Berggren
arXiv preprint arXiv:1907.00263, 2019
2019
Bridging the gap between nanowires and Josephson junctions: a superconducting device based on controlled fluxon transfer across nanowires
E Toomey, M Onen, M Colangelo, BA Butters, AN McCaughan, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1810.09542, 2018
2018
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