Some selected events of the Neuromorphic Computing platform
26-30 January 2017: Talk (Austria)
Karlheinz Meier: Computers like brains - Physical model systems of neural circuits
Talk at the 11th HGSFP Winterschool 2018 in Obergurgl (Austria)
19-21 February 2018: Talk (Austria)
Karlheinz Meier: Computers like Brains
Talk at the Austrian HPC Meeting 2018 – AHPC18 in Linz (Austria)
27 Feb - 1 March 2018: Talk (USA)
Talks by SP9 members at the Neuro Inspired Computational Elements Workshop 2018 (at Intel Hillsboro, OR, USA)
12-14 March 2018: Talk (Poland)
Karlheinz Meier: Neuromorphic computing - From biology to user facilities
Talk at the Supercomputing Frontiers Europe 2018 in Warsaw (Poland)
19-23 March 2018: Talk (Germany)
Karlheinz Meier: A non-Turing approach to brain-inspired computation
Talk at the DPG Frühjahrstagung in Würzburg (Germany)
Selected past Events (only since March 2017)
19 December 2017: Talk (Germany)
Karlheinz Meier: More than Moore with Neuromorphic Computing Architectures
18 November 2017: Talk (Germany, German language event)
Karlheinz Meier: Computer wie das Gehirn? (with hands-on demo for pupils, students and general public)
Talk and demonstration at a Physik am Samstagmorgen session at the Max-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik in Heidelberg (Germany)
15 November 2017: Talk (The Netherlands)
Karlheinz Meier: Neuromorphic Computing - Architectures and Applications
Talk at the 11th DistruptIT event in Zwolle (The Netherlands)
8 November 2017: Plenary talk (USA)
Karlheinz Meier: Continuously Learning Neuromorphic Systems with High Biological Realism
Plenary talk at the IEEE International Conference on Rebooting Computing (ICRC 2017) in Washington (DC), USA
27 October 2017: Talk (UK)
Steve Furber: Building Brains (event announcement page at Aberystwyth)
Talk at Aberystwyth University, Wales (UK)
7 October 2017: Talk (UK)
Steve Furber: From ARMs to Brain
Keynote address at the IEEE UK and Ireland Section Inaugural Members Open Day at the University of Westminster, London (UK)
3-6 October 2017: SpiNNaker Workshop (UK)
The seventh SpiNNaker training workshop took place at the Manchester Conference Centre, Manchester, UK, from the 3rd to the 6th of October, 2017:
3-4 October 2017: Lecture (Hungary)
Karlheinz Meier: talk at the GÉANT Project Symposium 2017 in Budapest, Hungary.
29 September - 1 October 2017: Exhibition (Estonia)
The BrainScaleS neuromorphic computing module was at the exhibition part at the Digital Summit in Tallinn (Estonia) ( large image ) (closed audience exhibition on 29 September, exhibition open for the public on 1 October 2017)
28 September 2017: Keynote (Belarus)
Karlheinz Meier: Brain inspired computing - Where we are and where we will go (abstract)
Keynote at the EaPEC 2017 - 2nd Eastern Partnership E-infrastructure Conference in Minsk, Belarus
14 September 2017: Lecture (Belgium)
Karlheinz Meier: Neuromorphic Computing: Architectures and Applications
Lecture in the Neuromorphic Computing Focus Session at the 47th European Solid-State Device Research Conference, Leuven, Belgium
13-15 September 2017: CodeJam #8 Workshop (Switzerland)
The goal of the CodeJam workshops is to catalyze open-source, collaborative software development in computational and systems neuroscience and neuroinformatics, by bringing together researchers, students and engineers to share ideas, present their work, and write code together. More info and venue info.
11 September 2017: Keynote (Poland)
Karlheinz Meier: Neuromorphic Computing : Architectures and Applications (slides)
Keynote at the 12th InternationalConference on Parallel Processing and Applied Mathematics (PPAM 2017) in Lublin, Poland
1 September 2017: Lecture (China)
Karlheinz Meier: An accelerated physical model neuromorphic machine with hybrid learning capabilities
Invited speaker at the 2017 International workshop on future computing(IWOFC): memristive devices and systems (cached programme ) at Peking University, Beijng, China
5 May 2017: Online press conference
Interested journalists and bloggers were invited to join a press-event held on 5 May 2017 (starting at 14:00 CEST) on the occasion of the goundbreaking ceremony for the new European Institute for Neuromorphic computing (EINC) buidling at Heidelberg University (Germany).
After an introduction into the research topic of Neuromorphic Computing by the sub-project leader Karlheinz Meier journalists had the opportunity to ask questions.
The press conference was open to be attended online via a WebBrowser with Adobe Flash. Questtions regarding neuromorphic computing were asked via the Q&A text chat window and answered by the attending researchers.
5 May 2017: Breaking the ground for the EINC
The breaking the ground ("erster Spatenstich") ceremony for the new European Institute for Neuromorphic computing (EINC) buidling at Heidelberg University (Germany) took place on 5 May 2017. The building will become the new home of the Electronic Vision(s) group, which is running the BrainScaleS platform in HBP.
Available: The talk (German language) given by Prof. Meier at the ceremony in the morning.
9 April 2017: Radio interview "The brain makers"
Radio interview of Christof Koch of the Allen Institute for Brain Science, and Karlheinz Meier from HBP on 9 April 2017 in ABC
Interview description and transcript (and download link for the interview audio)
3 April 2017: "Brains and Computers"
The future of neuroscience and understanding the complexity of the human mind. Public lecture by Christof Koch and Karlheinz Meier on 3 April 2017 in Melbourne. Event description page. The full talk is available on YouTube
6-8 March 2017: NICE 2017 presentations
- Karlheinz Meier: Neuromorphic Computing In the European HBP Programmatic Aspects (agenda, slides)
- Karlheinz Meier: The BrainScaleS physical model machine - From commissioning to real world problem solving (slides)
- Steve Furber: SpiNNaker: Large-scale Real-time Neural Simulation (slides)
- Wolfgang Maass: How Can Networks of Spiking Neurons Wire Themselves Up For a Specific Computational Task? (slides)
- Johannes Schemmel: Training and Plasticity Concepts of the BrainScaleS Neuromorphic Systems (abstract)