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European Neuromorphic Research Day

Neuromorphic research day

HYBRAIN participates in the European Neuromorphic Research Day organised by INL to bring together coordinators, participants and collaborators from various European projects and industry partners in the field of neuromorphic computing. The areas include but are not limited to, spintronics, electronics, photonics and other approaches, ranging from early-stage technologies to more mature technologies.

Representatives of ten ongoing European research projects on neuromorphic computing and two representatives of very successful companies that apply neuromorphic computing in their technologies will be present. There will be excellent networking opportunities and a social dinner.

The key motivation is to stimulate discussion on how Europe can ‘bridge the gap’ in neuromorphic computing going from scientifically sound technologies to innovation and new applications. We believe merging the discussion of technologies with different levels of maturity could help us to identify common views on the best way to develop these technologies in Europe.

We want to learn which tools we have available today and which interesting neuromorphic challenges need to be solved by artificial neural networks and systems in the future. The participating projects are representative examples covering different neuromorphic approaches using electronics, spintronics, photonics and other approaches and emerging materials often integrated with CMOS with various applications such as computer vision, edge AI, sensing, computing, high-frequency data processing, deep learning, security applications, and signal regeneration. Take part in this exciting event!