About this Research Topic
The Neuromorphic Engineering community benefits from continuous dialogue with the neuroscience and modelling communities. The CapoCaccia Cognitive Neuromorphic Engineering Workshop fosters this connection, promoting discussions on fundamental research questions from neuroscience, modelling, applications and hardware perspectives. With this research topic, we aim at showcasing how the continuous interplay between these disciplines leads to efficient computing technologies and a better understanding of neuroscience.
Relevant topics include:
• Neuromorphic hardware implementing neural primitives, supporting communication and implementing a neuromorphic substrate for computation and learning, including circuits in ASIC, FPGA development, system level development
• Applications of neuromorphic hardware addressing perception or analysis of information, learning, decision making and control, including robotics, medical and prosthetic applications
• Models inspired by neuroscience work and applied to neuromorphic hardware
• Theoretical work aimed at harnessing event-based sensing, computing and control
• Review articles centred around the topics discussed at the Capo Caccia Cognitive Neuromorphic Engineering Workshop
Keywords: Neuromorphic perception, Learning, Robotics, Control
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