Our Group's Presence at GOMAC in Reno (March, 2017)
Nate Cady and Jim Plank both gave talks during a session on Neuromorphic Computing at the 42nd Annual GOMACTech Conference - Technologies for Secure Spectrum Access from DC to Light. The session was attended by roughly 100 attendees, and also featured a very nice talk on the neuromorphic work being done at NSA by David Mountain, and and interesting talk on neural networks for optimization under uncertainties by Saibal Mukhopadhyay from Georgia Tech.
Our talks were the following:
- Applying Memristors Towards Low-Power, Dynamic Learning for Neuromorphic Applications, by Wilkie Olin-Ammentorp et al. Nate Cady gave the talk, which commenced with an explanation of our neuromorphic approach and architectures, and then delved into their memristor research.
- A CAD System for Exploring Neuromorphic Computing with Emerging Technologies, by Plank et al. Jim Plank gave the talk, which started with a roadmap to current work in neuromorphic computing, and then detailed our vertical architecture for neuromorphic computing, focusing on applications, programming, software, models and devices. We welcome novel approaches to computing with novel devices.