The group led by CNR is a board of Academic and R&D department members to have a broader representation of the European NCT community when analyzing the state-of-the-art. This group will unite Academic partners who are strong on NCT but are not on our consortium and support the project in analyzing the state of the art and shaping vectors for possible future developments of the NCT.


  • Foster interaction among interdisciplinary communities involved in the NCT
    • materials, devices, circuits and systems, neuroscience, theory, algorithms, applications
    • track new advances in the state-of-the-art in NCT
  • Contribute to the cartography of NCT in Europe: research groups, RTO, industries, SMEs
    • create links among the various projects in Europe on neuromorphic technologies
  • Contribute to summers school and events directed to the general public, training of young researchers, organization of workshop
  • Give/receive inputs and feedbacks to/from industry towards new technologies and applications
    • contribute to the NCT roadmap
    • prepare a report (and possibly white paper and/ or open access review papers) on the current advances in the NCT field

Upcoming Events


The first part of the event (approx. 1h) consists in short talks from scientific actors. The second part (approx. 30 min) will be a roundtable discussion (not recorded), with a moderator and questions from the audience.


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

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