Hands-on With Xylo and Rockpool

Discover Xylo and Rockpool in a hands-on session with Dylan Muir, exploring cutting-edge neural computation architectures and signal processing.

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Accelerating Neuromorphic Inference and Training at the Edge - Rain
Maxence Ernoult
2024, Mar 5    6:00 - 7:30 CET
Advances in Neuromorphic Visual Place Recognition
Tobias Fischer
2024, Mar 20    6:00 - 7:30 CET
Hands-on with Xylo and Rockpool

About the Speaker

Dylan Muir is the Vice President for Global Research Operations; Director for Algorithms and Applications; and Director for Global Business Development at SynSense. Dr. Muir is a specialist in architectures for neural computation. He has published extensively in computational and experimental neuroscience. At SynSense he is responsible for the company research vision, and directing development of neural architectures for signal processing. Dr. Muir holds a Doctor of Science (PhD) from ETH Zurich, and undergraduate degrees (Masters) in Electronic Engineering and in Computer Science from QUT, Australia.

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