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Karlheinz Meier
This account was created for the EU BrainScaleS project. It is now operated by Karlheinz Meier and dedicated to brain inspired computing.
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Karlheinz Meier Sep 20
Innovation from the : The joint and IZM paper “Full Wafer Redistribution and Wafer Embedding as Key Technologies for a Multi-Scale Neuromorphic Hardware Cluster” received the EPTC 2017 Best Academic Paper Award.
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FZ Jülich-JSC Sep 10
HBP Colloquium at Forschungszentrum Jülich, 4. Oct. 2018, takes a closer look at the successes in the European Human Brain Project achieved so far, but also at the challenges that still lie ahead.
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Karlheinz Meier Aug 31
Photo in previous tweet also shows attractiveness of Neuenheimer Feld Campus . In easy walking distance of EINC from left to right : Center for Advanced Materials, Bioquant, Environmentao Physics, Mathematikon. Proximity is key for interdisciplinary collaboration !
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Karlheinz Meier Aug 31
The EINC (European Institute for Computing) is growing. Hall for machines and the planned HQA (Heidelberg Quantum Architecture) visible on the right side of the door frames. Cant't wait to start working in this spectacular new building !
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Human Brain Project Aug 23
The HBP is opening its Platform infrastructure to meet the needs of the user community in a new dynamic way. Learn how you can advance your research by applying for a Voucher to receive tailor-made solutions developed by the HBP Platform engineering teams.
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Karlheinz Meier Aug 17
Towards efficient manufacturing of highly integrated systems : Embedded silicon wafer with vias connecting bottom copper layer with back of the silicon wafer for improved heat dissipation. Joint project of and IZM institute in Berlin.
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Karlheinz Meier Aug 2
1st BrainScaleS Implementation Kanban going on at for the platform
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Karlheinz Meier Aug 1
Good progress in construction of the new European Institute for Computing (EINC) at - Machine hall concrete floor ready - next generation machine prototypes also progressing well
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FET Flagships Jul 28
Next Open Day is on 15 October in . Want to attend talks by inspiring researchers and discover latest developments from this 🇪🇺 EU-supported large-scale project? You can register for free here ➡️
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pro-physik.de Jul 28
Kirchhoff-Inst. : 3 PhD positions in the research group working on neuromorphic computing: novel information processing systems, electronic physical models of neural circuits, biologically-grounded approach to (3+1? y.)
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HPCwire Jul 26
AFRL, IBM Unveil World’s Largest Neuromorphic Digital Synaptic Supercomputer /
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Karlheinz Meier Jul 27
Now on Early Access: A Mixed-Signal Structured AdEx Neuron for Accelerated Neuromorphic Cores enabling the emulation of sodium and calcium spikes, as well as N-methyl-D-aspartate plateau potentials known from apical and thin dendrites.
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Science Careers Jul 18
Full Professorship for Neuromorphic Computing (W3) - Heidelberg, Baden-Württemberg (DE) - Heidelberg University
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FET Flagships Jul 21
The is an example of Europe's longstanding commitment to scientific research. Read blog ➡️
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Karlheinz Meier Jul 18
Immediate openings for 3 PhD positions in the research group working on computing available . Candidates will design, set up and run experiments on the BrainScaleS system.
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Karlheinz Meier Jul 18
Full professorship in Novel Computing Technologies with emphasis on computing with architectures that go beyond the traditional von Neumann approaches now open at the physics department
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Karlheinz Meier Jul 18
Full Professorship for Computing with emphasis on the underlying theoretical principles now open at the physics department
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Karlheinz Meier Jul 16
just out in Scientific Reports : Short-term synaptic plasticity (STP) can provide spiking networks with distinct computational advantages compared to their classical counterparts.
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arXiv Daily Jul 9
This one is a must read - the latest research by
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Rajesh Jul 5
Neuromorphic photonics processors for high speed and energy efficient Neural networks
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