New computing technologies inspired by the brain promise fundamentally different ways to process information with extreme energy efficiency and the ability to handle the avalanche of unstructured and noisy data that we are generating at an ever-increasing rate. To realize this promise requires a brave and coordinated plan to bring together disparate research communities. This workshop is intended to connect the hardware and the algorithmic and modeling sides of this unique brain-inspired computing technology with the intent to learn and support the dynamics of the post-digital era in which we leave.
There are 12 spots available to present a poster. You can sign up by sending an email with your name and title of the poster to email@example.com
The workshop will be organized by the Eindhoven Hendrik Casimir Institute at the Eindhoven University of Technology on June 5th 2023, in the Filmzaal of the Zwarte Doos.
You can join the workshop by registering. Maximum capacity is 100 seats.
Registration will close on June 2nd.
13:05 Photonics for Neuromorphic Computing (including Q/A) | Antonio Hurtado
13:45 From Concept to Circuit: Memristor-Based Neural Networks and Bayesian Machines | Damien Querlioz
ALGORITHMS AND MODELING
15:00 Neuromorphic sensing and processing for tiny, autonomous drone (including Q/A) | Guido de Croon
15:40 Energy-efficient Deep Learning (including Q/A) | Marcel van Gerven
16:20 From the brain to the neural network and back (including Q/A) | Iris Groen
17:00 POSTERSESSION & DRINKS