Friday, March 11, 2022

Telluride Neuromorphic Workshop 2022

The 2022 edition of the Telluride Neuromorphic Workshop series will be held in-person June 26 to July 16 in beautiful Telluride, Colorado. The topics of interest are broadly in "neuromorphic engineering" with neuromorphic vision sensors (including event cameras and other "spiking"-based vision sensors) being key areas of interest.

Neuromorphic engineers design and fabricate artificial neural systems whose organizing principles are based on those of biological nervous systems. Over the past 27 years, the neuromorphic engineering research community focused on the understanding of low-level sensory processing and systems infrastructure; efforts are now expanding to apply this knowledge and infrastructure to addressing higher-level problems in perception, cognition, and learning. In this 3-week intensive workshop and through the Institute for Neuromorphic Engineering (INE), the mission is to promote interaction between senior and junior researchers; to educate new members of the community; to introduce new enabling fields and applications to the community; to promote ongoing collaborative activities emerging from the Workshop, and to promote a self-sustaining research field.

The workshop will be organized in four topic areas

  • Neuromorphic Tactile Exploration (Enhance the tactile exploration capabilities of robots)
  • Lifelong Learning at Scale: From Neuroscience Theory to Robotic Applications (Apply neuro-inspired principles of lifelong learning to autonomous systems.)
  • Cross-modality brain signals: auditory, visual and motor 
  • Neuromorphics Tools, Techniques and Hardware (SpiNNaker 2 and FPAAs)

Researchers from academia, industry and national labs are all encouraged to apply... 

... in particular if they are prepared to work on specific projects, talk about their own work or bring demonstrations to Telluride (e.g. robots, chips, software). 

An application is required to attend, and financial support is available. Application deadline is April 8, 2022.

Call for applications.

Application submission page.

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