The colloquia are planned for the second Tuesday of each month for one year at around 4 PM (CET) and it will last 1h and a half. Each pitch will provide a concise answer from the speaker that can last from 5 to about 20 minutes.
Our goal is to collect educational material by recording the pitches, which could be used by students and researchers as a reference to start learning about the field. We plan to record the pitch and make the videos available to the community through a dedicated SwitchTube channel. The colloquia should offer an increasingly deep understanding of neuromorphic engineering. At the same time, we would like to stimulate a lively discussion where different points of view and perspectives are challenged and compared. This will only happen live and the audience will be restricted only to the live participants – we will NOT record the panel discussion.
9 March, 2021, 4 PM CET
Educational Webinar Day 5
How to process information from event-driven sensors?
Schedule Day 5:
- Prof. Ryad Benosman (University of Pittsburgh / Carnagie Mellon / Sorbonne)
- Prof. Bertram Shi (Hong Kong University of Science and Techology)
- Prof. Jonathan Tapson (University of Western Sydney)
Chair: Dr. Julien Martel (Stanford University)