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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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IEEE Rebooting Comp Oct 18
Brand new now available! Karlheinz Meier, Professor of Physics at , discusses what he shared during his keynote at 2017 including Computing, the brain & more
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Karlheinz Meier Oct 16
Commissioner Mariya Gabriel for the EU Digital Economy and Society admiring chips developed in the ⁦⁩ at the project summit in Maastricht ⁦
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Karlheinz Meier Oct 15
Just ready for the summit : BrainScaleS-2 full size prototype chip featuring analog structured neurons with active dendrites, NMDA & Ca plateau potentials, two embedded SIMD RISC plasticity processors, x1000 acceleration wrt. biology.
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Karlheinz Meier Oct 15
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Karlheinz Meier Oct 15
What a nice coincidence with the summt : Wonderful article about Jeff Hawkins in the NYT
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Karlheinz Meier Oct 15
Full house for Jeff Hawkins talk on cortical computation at the summit in Maastricht
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Karlheinz Meier Oct 15
Good turnout open day during summit in Maastricht
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Karlheinz Meier Oct 15
Beautiful 3D LED display for systems built by - Try to spot Steve Furber on the other side !
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Karlheinz Meier Oct 14
on our way - to the open day, demonstrating computing at annual summit in Maastricht
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WIRED Oct 11
Don't look now, but ' robot Atlas is back. And now it can do parkour.
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M.O. Gewaltig Oct 10
Jeff Hawkins from will give a keynote speech at this year's Open Day in Maastricht Find out more at
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Karlheinz Meier Oct 10
Consider to submit an abstract to the 7th Neuro-Inspired Computational Elements Workshop NICE to be held Match 26th – 28th, 2019 in Albany, New York. Inspiring the future of neuro-inspired computational system solutions
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Karlheinz Meier Sep 30
another meeting - Power and connectivity are key !
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Karlheinz Meier Sep 30
The brain, the universe and the need for integrated research infrastructures-a comparison
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Karlheinz Meier Sep 28
In the newly approved project we plan to study study neuromorphic systems and cold atomic gases as physical model systems in the laboratory and compare aspects of these two apparently very different systems.
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Karlheinz Meier Sep 27
The new Excellence Cluster has a strong component of physical computing, exploring commonalities of and computation
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Karlheinz Meier Sep 27
Just learned our Excellence Cluster has been approved. A big thanks to our speaker Manfred Salmhofer for a great coordination !
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Karlheinz Meier Sep 25
NEW on the arXiv : "Stochasticity from function-why the Bayesian brain may need no noise". from and from reducing the architectural constraints on physical substrates to perform probabilistic 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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