The Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore, and Western Sydney University (WSU), Australia signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for expanding their ongoing partnership to support cutting-edge research in the area of neuromorphic engineering. This alliance will enable collaborative research and exchange of students between the International Centre for Neuromorphic Systems (ICNS) at WSU and the Brain, Computation and Data Science (BCD) Group at IISc.
NeuRonICS lab has been recently funded by the Department of Science and Technology for the development of Neuromorphic Processor under the program Impacting Research Innovation and Technology-2 (IMPRINT-2)
Invitation for application for Pratiksha Postdoctoral Fellowship at IISc, Bangalore.
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Wipro has awarded funds to NeuRonICS Lab for two research projects:
- Fast Activity Recognition
- Multi-Sensory Fusion in the area of Autonomous Vehicle
Kundan Kumar, PhD student from Neuronics Lab has been selected to represent IISc at the EMEA Student Research Workshop for Brain Inspired Computing & Technologies to be held in Imperial College London.
Date of Workshop: 6-10 October 2018.
More Details of the workshop can be found here.
Invited talk at IEEE International Symposium on Devices, Circuits and Systems by Dr. Chetan Singh Thakur on “Neuromorphic Computing” http://isdcs.iiests.ac.in/keynotes-invited-talk/
Invited talk at GHCI Conference by Dr. Chetan Singh Thakur on “Neuromorphic Engineering: The quest for brain-like computing”. https://ghcischedule.anitab.org/blog/speaker/chetan-singh-thakur/