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Electronic Vision(s) - in memoriam Karlheinz Meier
This account is dedicated to brain inspired computing; founded by the late Prof. Karlheinz Meier, it is now operated by his former colleagues from Heidelberg.
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Electronic Vision(s) - in memoriam Karlheinz Meier Dec 17
For his great contributions to computing, Karlheinz Meier posthumously received the Manfred Lautenschläger research price.
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Electronic Vision(s) - in memoriam Karlheinz Meier Dec 4
BrainScaleS and systems exhibit at the booth at in Vienna.
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Electronic Vision(s) - in memoriam Karlheinz Meier Dec 3
BrainScaleS and friends: "Large-Scale Neuromorphic Spiking Array Processors: A Quest to Mimic the Brain"
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Electronic Vision(s) - in memoriam Karlheinz Meier Nov 30
New on arXiv! BrainScaleS-2 prototype chip from the ⁩ in action () demonstrating advantages of computation: .
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Electronic Vision(s) - in memoriam Karlheinz Meier Nov 28
Experimental physicist Prof. Dr Karlheinz Meier, founder of neuromorphic computing at Heidelberg University, is being honoured posthumously with the 2018 Lautenschläger Research Prize. The prize will go to his research group at the Kirchhoff Institute for Physics.
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IEEE Rebooting Comp Nov 27
Did you see that released a brand new yesterday with Karlheinz Meier, Professor of Physics at ? You don't want to miss what he has to say about Computing, the brain and more:
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Human Brain Project Nov 13
Tributes to the late Karlheinz Meier () are continuing to flow in. Today we have added three: - Yves Fregnac from - From the team at in Jülich - From the team at View the updates here >>
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Electronic Vision(s) - in memoriam Karlheinz Meier Nov 27
Karlheinz Meier died on 24 October 2018 ( ). His research team at Heidelberg University continues his work on the BrainScaleS physical neuromorphic system and will continue to tweet about brain inspired computing in this account.
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Electronic Vision(s) - in memoriam 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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Electronic Vision(s) - in memoriam 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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Electronic Vision(s) - in memoriam Karlheinz Meier Oct 15
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Electronic Vision(s) - in memoriam Karlheinz Meier Oct 15
What a nice coincidence with the summt : Wonderful article about Jeff Hawkins in the NYT
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Electronic Vision(s) - in memoriam Karlheinz Meier Oct 15
Full house for Jeff Hawkins talk on cortical computation at the summit in Maastricht
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Electronic Vision(s) - in memoriam Karlheinz Meier Oct 15
Good turnout open day during summit in Maastricht
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Electronic Vision(s) - in memoriam 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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Electronic Vision(s) - in memoriam 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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Electronic Vision(s) - in memoriam 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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Electronic Vision(s) - in memoriam Karlheinz Meier Sep 30
another meeting - Power and connectivity are key !
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