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Applications are solicited for two awards, worth 40.000€ each, to explore cutting-edge use cases for the SpiNNaker 2 system.

SpiNNaker 2 is the new incarnation of the groundbreaking SpiNNaker project, that pursuits the neuromorphic approach through a massively parallel arrangement of many cores to achieve brain-like, event-based computing. Like its …


New preprint:

Inference with Artificial Neural Networks on BrainScaleS-2

NEUROTECH partner Kirchhoff-Institute at Uni Heidelberg has published a new preprint reporting a successful application of their BrainScaleS-2 hardware to inference with Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs).

Moore's law about the exponential growth of transistor count in conventional chips is nothings against how fast things are moving with CoViD-19. Conference and workshop organisers are facing tough decisions these days due to the rapid spread of the virus, and the mounting uncertainty regarding the ability to travel among …



Winner of the 2019 Misha Mahowald Prize for Neuromorphic Engineering

The pioneering space imaging project Astrosite™ of The Western Sydney University research team is the 2019 winner of the prestigious Misha Mahowald Prize for Neuromorphic Engineering.