27 April, 2021, 4 PM CEST

Science and Technology Workgroup Webinar

How novel technologies can boost neuromorphic computing? A view from European project consortia.

The four projects to present are:

  • RadioSpin (FET-proactive) 2021 - 2025; Alice Mizrahi, CNRS-Thales
  • FVLLMONTI (FET-proactive) 2021- 2025; Cristell Maneux, UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX (France)
  • Beferrosynaptic (ICT) 2020-2022, Stefan Slesazeck, NAMLAB GGMBH Germany
  • NeurONN (ICT) 2020-2022, Aida Todri-Sanial, CNRS

After the presentations, there will be a 30 minutes round table with questions from the audience.


13 April, 2021, 4 PM CEST

Educational Webinar Day 6

Which algorithms can support neuromorphic learning?

Schedule Day 6:

  • Prof. Stefano Fusi (Columbia University)
  • Laura Kriener (University of Bern)
  • Prof. Emre Neftci (UC Irvine)
  • Prof. Eleni Vasilaki (Sheffield University)

Chair: Dr. Charlotte Frenkel (UZH/ETHZ)

15 March, 2021, 3 PM CET

FORUM II Ethics and Future Discussions Section

Neuromorphic computing and ethics

Presentation: Dr. Marcello Ienca, ETH Zurich, Dep. of Health Sciences and Technology


  • Dr. Ron Chrisley (RC; University of Sussex)
  • Prof. Vincent Müller (VC; TU Eindhoven & University of Leeds)
  • Dr. Dylan Muir (SynSense)
  • Dr. Marcello Ienca

Chair: Steve Furber, University of Manchester

15 March, 2021, 9 AM CET


Neuromorphic Computing Technologies: Opportunities, challenges and Applications Roadmap

Registration opens at the beginning of February and is free of charge

This forum of the European Union funded project NEUROTECH will bring together experts from academia, industry, SME’s and start-ups to address some of the most urgent questions in AI. The forum will also depict the landscape of neuromorphic computing technology users, with a special focus on the use of AI in edge-computing.

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)

9 February, 2021, 3 PM CET

Educational Webinar Day 4

What is an event-driven sensor?

Schedule Day 4:
  • Prof. Tobi Delbruck (Institute of Neuroinformatics UZH/ETHZ, CH)
  • Dr. Angel Jiménez Fernández (Universidad de Sevilla SP)
  • Dr. Chiara Bartolozzi (Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, IT)
  • Prof. Michael Schmuker (University of Hertfordshire, UK)

Chair: Garrick Orchard (Intel Labs)

12 January, 2021, 4 PM CET

Educational Webinar Day 3

How to perform neuromorphic computing with nanoscale devices?

Schedule Day 3:

  • Dr. Abu Sebastian (IBM Research, CH)
  • Dr. Julie Grollier (CNRS/Thales lab)
  • Dr. Sabina Spiga (National Research Council, IT)

Chair: Dr. Alice Mizrahi (THALES SA, FR)

1 December, 2020, 4 PM CET

Educational Webinar Day 2

What are hardware opportunities for neuromorphic engineering?

Schedule Day 2:

  • Prof. Johannes Schemmel (Heidelberg University, DE)
  • Prof. Jennifer Olson Hasler (Georgia Institute of Technology, US)
  • Dr. Elisa Vianello (CEA Leti, FR)
  • Dr. Bert Jan Offrein (IBM Research, CH)

Chair: Dr. Melika Payvand (University of Zurich and ETH, CH)