To make a machine think like a human we should overcome the tyranny of the deterministic binary logic, inherent to the contemporary electronic circuits. While the realization of this emergent approach has long been suggested as a multi-valued and neuromorphic architecture of the logic units, the problem is that we haven’t discovered a material system that could implement it. Right now, silicon-based transistors can operate as “on” and “off”, so the new materials would have to find to consistently maintain more states and emulate the plasticity and self-organization of neuronal connections. It’s against this background we develop the Consortium within the RISE action “MELON”, involving academic members from EU Member States, France, Netherlands and Spain, from partner country, Argentina, and the SME from associated country, Ukraine, with the objective to develop the innovative materials platform for the realization of the emergent computing circuits. We target three focus areas: (i) to explore novel memristive oxide-based systems on silicon, with history-dependent conductivity, for emulating the neuronal connections in the brain, (ii) to use the nano-scale multiferroic materials, hosting the multistable topological states to realize the multi-valued logic, and (iii) to explore conducting 2D oxide interfaces as both novels 4-points memristive systems and interconnect elements for the computing circuits.