[Comp-neuro] NEUROTECH Webinar: What are the hardware opportunities for neuromorphic engineering?

Elisa Donati elisa at ini.uzh.ch
Wed Nov 25 17:28:20 CET 2020

We are back with the second NEUROTECH educational webinar on Neuromorphic Computing Technologies! We will have one hour of educational material followed by a panel discussion on the open challenges in the field.  Please see below the details and please spread the word!
At the second webinar, Prof. Johannes Schemmel, Prof. Jennifer Olson Hasler, Dr. Elisa Vianello and Dr. Bert Jan Offrein will be answering the question “What are the hardware opportunities for neuromorphic engineering?”.
Join us on the 1st of December at 16:00 CET. Sign up here for free: https://neurotech.iniforum.ch/educational/ <https://neurotech.iniforum.ch/educational/>

About NEUROTECH: Our mission is to catalyse research and collaboration in NCT. Today's neuromorphic community in Europe is leading the state of the art in this domain. The community counts an increasing number of labs that work on theory, modelling, and implementation of neuromorphic computing systems. The NEUROTECH Project will create a Cartography of NCT in Europe, explore Roadmaps for its development, collect educational and information resources on NCT, and inform about upcoming and previous events. https://neurotech.iniforum.ch <https://neurotech.iniforum.ch/>
NEUROTECH Educational Webinar: As part of the NEUROTECH project, the Educational Team is organizing a webinar series on neuromorphic computing technologies. The objective is to collect educational material about the field but also hold discussions with the experts about how the field started, how it evolved, where it’s going and how it’s going to shape the future industrial landscape.

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Elisa Donati, PhD
Research Fellow
Institute  of  Neuroinformatics
University of Zurich and ETH Zurich
Winterthurerstrasse 190, 8057 Zurich
E-mail: elisa at ini.uzh.ch, eldonati at ethz.ch
Phone: +41 0446353061
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