Our Partners

Today's neuromorphic community in Europe is leading the state of the art in this domain.

We are 12 partners from industry and academia across Europe (Switzerland, UK, Germany, France, Belgium, and Italy), who work in different parts of the Neuromorphic Computing Technology – from material science to whole devices, systems, and algorithms.

The University of Zurich and ETH Zurich
The University of Zurich and ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Principal investigators

Yulia Sandamirskaya (coordinator)
ysandamirskaya@ini.uzh.ch

Giacomo Indiveri
giacomo@ini.uzh.ch

#mixed signal devices, #analog VLSI, #bio-signal processing, #neuromorphic robots, #neuromorphic cognition
The University of Manchester
The University of Manchester, United Kingdom
#SpiNNaker platform
Heidelberg University
Heidelberg University, Germany
#physical neuromorphic hardware, #wafer-scale, #accelerated neuromorphic system, #mixed-signal chip design
Bielefeld University
Bielefeld University, Germany

Principal investigators

#mixed signal VLSI devices
Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia
Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Italy

Principal investigators

Chiara Bartolozzi
chiara.bartolozzi@iit.it

#event-based vision, #robotics
University of Bordeaux
University of Bordeaux, France

Principal investigators

#Ferroelectric memristors
University of Hertfordshire
University of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom

Principal investigators

#machine learning, #olfactory systems, #chemical sensing
THALES SA
THALES SA, France
#spintronics, #magnonics, #machine learning
IBM Research GmbH
IBM Research GmbH, Switzerland

Principal investigators

Bert Offrein
OFB@zurich.ibm.com

#photonics, #new materials, #memristors
Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche
Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Italy

Principal investigators

#RRAM, #memristive materials, #3D VLSI
Interuniversitair Micro-Electronica Centrum vzw
Interuniversitair Micro-Electronica Centrum vzw, Belgium

Principal investigators

#scaled CMOS
CEA LETI
CEA LETI, France

Principal investigators

#RRAM, #phase-change materials