Resistive random access memory (RRAM) utilizes the resistive switching behavior to store information. Compared to charge-based memory devices, the merits of RRAM devices include multi-bit capability, smaller cell size, and energy per bit (~fJ/bit). In this chapter, we review different perovskite material-based resistive random access memories (RRAMs). We first introduce the history of RRAM development and operational mechanism of conduction, followed by a review of two types of materials with perovskite crystal structure. One is conventional perovskite oxides (PCMO, a-LCMO, etc.), and the other is perovskite halides (organic-inorganic hybrid perovskites and inorganic perovskites) that have recently emerged as novel materials in optoelectronic fields. Our goal is to give a comprehensive review of perovskite-based RRAM materials that can be used for neuromorphic computing and to help further ongoing development in the field.
Part of the book: Perovskite Materials, Devices and Integration