Researchers from NIST visit our group to develop Neuromorphic devices
For the week of March 19-23, five researchers from NIST came to visit Tennessee and ORNL with the goal of developing Neuromorphic models based on superconductors, quantum computing and photonics. Sonia Buckley, Adam McCaughan, Mike Schneiter, Jeff Shainline and Alan Mink delved into our software infrastructure, pulling repos and developing multiple simulators for their Neuromorphic computing models. We're excited about this collaboration, and as of this writing (April, 2018), our EONS approach has successfully developed networks for our XOR and Pole Balancing applications on these new models!
From the last day of their visit -- Mike Schneider, Adam McCaughan and Sonia Buckley are busy writing simulators for their Neuromorphic devices with the help of Nick Skuda, Grant Bruer and Parker Mitchell.