Frontiers in Neuromorphics Workshop will be held on April 14-15, 2016 at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), supported by the Army Research Office. The workshop is aimed at providing an excellent forum for scientists, researchers and engineers to present and discuss the latest research and technology advancements in the emerging frontiers of neural technology.

The objective of this workshop is to address the next generation of information processing/computational architectures beyond Moore’s Law limits, in light of the challenge announced by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy: Nanotechnology-Inspired Grand Challenge for Future Computing. Our goal is to bring together scientific disciplines and application areas that appear to be converging towards new brain-inspired computational/information processing, to determine potential pathways, and to identify applications that would have immense benefits. The outcome of the workshop will be:

  • Identification of the basic research directions as learned from brain-inspired methodology for solutions that are beyond the capabilities of current computational systems.
  • Recommendation of the pathways and resources for research and development of neuromorphics.

The workshop will have an emphasis on neurodynamics and neuromorphic systems, neural networks and deep learning, mathematical neuroscience, synapses and neurocomputing, and intelligent big data and informatics.

Those interested to attend the workshop, please contact Eileen and Wendy

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Date(s) - Apr 14, 2016 - Apr 15, 2016
All Day

UCLA Electrical Engineering
420 Westwood Plaza - 5th Flr., Los Angeles California 90095