Odin - UCLouvain

Learn about UCLouvain's neuromorphic hardware: ODIN

ODIN At A Glance

Status: Released
Chip Type: Digital
On-Chip Learning: true

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Overview

ODIN is an online-learning digital spiking neuromorphic processor designed and prototyped in 28-nm FDSOI CMOS at Université catholique de Louvain (UCLouvain), published in 2019 in the IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Circuits and Systems journal. ODIN is based on a single 256-neuron 64k-synapse crossbar neurosynaptic core.

DateTitleAuthorsVenue/Source
November 2018A 0.086-mm² 12.7-pJ/SOP 64k-Synapse 256-Neuron Online-Learning Digital Spiking Neuromorphic Processor in 28-nm CMOSC. Frenkel, M. Lefebvre, J.-D. Legat and D. BolIEEE Transactions on Biomedical Circuits and Systems
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