If you're working in neuromorphic computing, you are probably aware of the two major workshops covering your research area: the CapoCaccia Cognitive Neuromorphic Engineering Workshop, and the Telluride Neuromorphic Cognition Engineering Workshop. Besides providing excellent training in neuromorphic computing, these workshops offer invaluable networking opportunities, e.g. to boost your career, or to get expert help to crack a hard neuromorphic problem you've been chewing on for a while.
However, due to their extended format (2 weeks for CapoCaccia, 4 weeks for Telluride), the cost of participation can be prohibitive for some, especially if you're a young researcher without an independent budget, or member of a research group whose travel funds are already spread very thinly.
NEUROTECH members are involved in organising both workshops, and it is our pleasure that we can dedicate a substantial amount of our funds towards researchers wanting to participate in those workshops. Please see the announcement for the fellowships for CapoCaccia and Telluride on this blog to find out about how to apply.
Best of luck in applying, and it would be a pleasure meeting you in either CapoCaccia or Telluride!