We create and lead the Neuromorphic Computing Technology community in Europe, by catalyzing research and collaboration.

Develop links between Academic Labs and Industry


We aim to enable the uptake of NCT in real-world applications and to match the needs of companies that develop future products with research and technology development. The envisioned applications are in smart industry, health-care, intelligent assistive systems, cognitive robotics, and consumer devices. We aim to create a sustainable communication channel between research labs, industry, general public, and other stakeholders.


Provide access to educational resources


NEUROTECH project assembles and curates a collection of educational resources on all aspects of NCT, to promote core educational events on NCT, and to disseminate NCT curriculum to other communities. The current list of available educational resources can be found in the Blog section. It includes video recordings of lectures, courses at selected Universities, and talk series.


Upcoming Events

14 September, 2021, 4 PM CEST

Educational Webinar Day 9

Why integrating neuromorphic technologies in robots?

Schedule Day 9:

  • Dr. Yulia Sandamirskaya - Intel Deutschland GmbH
  • Dr. Terry Stewart - University of Waterloo
  • Prof. Alejandro Linares Barranco - University of Seville

Chair: Elisa Donati




2021 Telluride Neuromorphic Cognition Engineering Workshop (Virtual)

June 27 - July 15, 2021


Due to the ongoing pandemic, the 2021 workshop (the 28th annual) will be virtual and online.

Topic areas have been selected, and registration is now open.

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Go to last year's 2020 workshop site or directly go to the 2020 topic area challenge results presentation.

At the 8th Annual Neuro-Inspired Computational Elements (NICE) workshop NEUROTECH awarded fours prizes for best NICE talks: 

Best student presentation award: 

Johannes Leugering from Frahnhofer

Runner-up best student presentation award:

Julian Goletz from Heidelberg University and University of Bern

Best early career awards:

Charlotte Frenkel from Institute of Neuroinformatics  (UZH/ETH) and Jakob Jordan from University of Bern

A jury with members from the NEUROTECH project and one of the NICE organizers selected the winners.

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