Katie Schuman, Nate Cady and Jim Plank went one, two, three in a day-long tutorial on Neuromorphic computing at the at the 2018 GOMACTech Conference - Government Microcircuit Applications & Critical Technology Conference. The session was attended by roughly 60 attendees, and was hosted by Cliff Lau, Barry Treloar, Gerry Borsuk, Christal Gordon, and Michael Fritze.

Our talks were the following:

  • Survey of neuromorphic computing and neural networks in hardware, by Catherine D. Schuman.
  • Hardware Implementations, by Nathaniel C. Cady.
  • Design and programming methodology, by James S. Plank

On 3/13, Wilkie Olin-Ammentorp presented the paper Full CMOS-Memristor Implementation of a Dynamic Neuromorphic-Architecture, by Cady et al.