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    updated on June 2, 2024

Nanotechnology and neuromorphic devices for understanding brain functionality

     
   12 Sept. clessidra che gira 11:30 - 13:00
 
energy
HEALTH & NANOMEDICINE
TT.VI Technical Multi-Track with Parallel SYMPOSIA
Nanotechnology and neuromorphic devices for understanding brain functionality
Co-organized with INL
Chairs: Andrea CAPASSO, INL, Portugal & Mattia BRAMINI, University of Granada, Spain
This session will explore the intersection of computational neuroscience and neuromorphic engineering, focusing on the use of nanotechnology to decode the complexities of neural circuits. The talks will cover advanced nanofabrication techniques, modeling approaches and innovative hardware, to extend the comprehension of neural functionality and mimic the brain's processing capabilities. These cutting-edge approaches are poised to revolutionize our understanding of the brain, paving the way for new breakthroughs in neural research and the development of intelligent systems that closely emulate human cognition.
The symposium is part of the WS.VI
TT.VI.F.1
WS.VI.2.1
Federico FERRARESE LUPI - CV
INRiM
Visual memory in a 2D memitter
FERRARESE LUPI Federico  
TT.VI.F.2
WS.VI.2.2
Paulo DE CASTRO AGUIAR - CV
I3s
A bio-electronic memristive interface for real-time and adaptive coupling of neuronal populations
!DONNA  
TT.VI.F.3
WS.VI.2.3
Andres GODOY
University of Granada
Title to be defined
!DONNA  
 

 

 
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