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neuromorphic PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 29 neuromorphic PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Neuromorphic photonic-electronic integrated circuits for fast and efficient SPIKE-based information PROcessing (SPIKEPRO)

The human brain is exceptional at performing highly complex tasks fast and efficiently. Hence, neuromorphic (brain-like) information processing is receiving increasing research interest for use in novel computing and Artificial Intelligence (AI) hardware. Read more

Photo-chemical adaptive integrated circuits for next generation neuromorphic computing

Neuromorphic computing, i.e., an approach to information processing inspired in basic morphology and working principles of the brain, is a rapidly growing area of research due to the availability of high-speed hardware and need for artificial intelligence (AI) systems across a wide range of applications. Read more

Neuromorphic sensing and computing

Neuromorphic vision sensors enable the acquisition of scenes with limited energy requirements and low data rate, only acquiring information on what changes in the scene, with a behaviour similar to the one of the human eye. Read more

Novel Phase Change Materials for Neuromorphic Applications

Supervisory Team: Ioannis Zeimpekis, Fred Gardes . Project description. In collaboration with a large EU consortium, we work to create a reprogrammable neuromorphic photonic platform for a variety of applications from telecommunications to biosensing. Read more

Fabrication and Modelling of Artificial Synapses for Neuromorphic Computing

Supervisory Team. Firman Simanjuntak (UoS), Gan Chee Kwan (A*STAR), Harold Chong (UoS). Project description. Sustainable Electronic Technologies (SET) Research Group, University of Southampton, U.K. Read more

Bio-inspired Systems, Neuromorphic Hardware, Unconventional Computing

  Research Group: Intelligent Systems and Robotics
Applicants are invited in one, or a combination of, the following areas. Bio-inspired Systems. Wonders in Nature, including our own brains, have fascinated scientists and en- gineers for decades if not centuries. Read more

Computational neuroscience: Statistical signal processing for multivariate neuronal data, Neural computing with Spiking neural networks.

  Research Group: Healthcare Engineering
How does the human brain work? As you read this text, the pixels on your screen are converted into a series of spike trains passing along the neural pathways in your brain, allowing you to understand the content. Read more

Electrochemically switchable materials down to the single molecule level

This project will study the electrochemical properties of materials down to the single molecule level and it will investigate how electrochemical (redox state) switching of the molecules can change useful materials properties. Read more

Nanofabrication of novel materials for spintronics and energy harvesting

Society has benefitted from the continued miniaturisation of electronic components to the extent that we now take the availability of portable personal devices such as smart watches, phones, tablets and lighter, faster laptops for granted. Read more

Generative navigation for autonomous robots using active inference

Simultaneous Location And Mapping (SLAM) is a strategy that allows autonomous mobile robots to navigate their environment. Sensors on board the robot detect walls and objects and the sensor data is used to construct a representation of the physical surroundings. Read more

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