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Organised Workshops

From retina to robots – connecting the neural computations of early vision to neuromorphic engineering and artificial vision.
Organised by Tim Gollisch (UMG-GOE) and Stefano Panzeri (IIT)
Workshop at the Bernstein Conference 2015, Heidelberg, Germany

Characterizing Natural Scenes: Retinal Coding and Statistical Theory.
Organized by J. K. Liu (UMG-GOE) and A. Onken (IIT).
Workshop at the Bernstein Conference 2014, Göttingen, Germany.

 

Tutorials

Alejandro Linares Barranco (UZH) "Event Based Frame-Free Sensors & Processing: Sensors, Simulators and Hardware Processors".
Tobias Delbruck, Shih-Chii Liu, Alejandro Linares-Barranco, Bernabe Linares-Barranco, Stephan Furber, Jörg Conradt.
Full-day ISCAS'15 tutorial. Lisbon, Portugal.

 

Invited Talks

Martin McGinnity (Ulster) presented a talk on Visualise Nottingham Trent University, 2014

Tim Gollisch (UMG-GOE), invited speaker at Rank Prize Funds Symposium on "The Computational Basis of Early Vision" in Grasmere, UK. 2013.

Tim Gollisch (UMG-GOE), invited speaker at Institute of Neuroinformatics Zurich. 2013.

Tim Gollisch (UMG-GOE), invited speaker at Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Berlin. 2013.

Tim Gollisch (UMG-GOE), invited speaker at Ophthalmics Research Day, Nuremberg, Germany. 2013.

Tim Gollisch (UMG-GOE), invited speaker at Intelligent Systems Research Centre Ulster. 2014.

Tim Gollisch (UMG-GOE), invited speaker at FASEB Meeting Retinal Neurobiology and Visual Processing. 2014.

Tim Gollisch (UMG-GOE), invited speaker at Janelia Early Vision Meeting, Janelia Farm Research Campus. 2014. 

Tim Gollisch (UMG-GOE), invited workshop speaker at European Neuroscience Meeting, Milano, Italy. 2014.

Tim Gollisch (UMG-GOE), invited speaker at the Neurological Colloquium of the University Göttingen. 2015.

Tim Gollisch (UMG-GOE), invited speaker at the Instiute of Vision Paris. 2015.

Tim Gollisch (UMG-GOE), invited speaker at the Meeting of the German Retinological Society, Göttingen. 2015.

Tim Gollisch (UMG-GOE), invited speaker at the European Retina Meeting in Brighton, UK. 2015.

J. Liu (UMG-GOE) presented part of his work at the Bernstein Conference for Computational Neuroscience in Tübingen (September 2013).

N. Kühn (UMG-GOE), graduate student at UMG-GOE, presented the findings regarding the joint encoding of object-motion-sensitivity and direction selectivity at the European Retina Meeting in Alicante (October 2013).

Tobi Delbruck (UZH). Materials and Devices Beyond CMOS, Ringberg Castle, Germany. Silicon Retina Technology. Invited Speaker 2015.

Tobi Delbruck (UZH). Visual Computing Technology Roadmap Synch up, Intel, online talk. Dynamic Vision Sensors & Neuromorphic vision chips. Invited Speaker 2015.

Tobi Delbruck (UZH). Advancements in Circuits and Imaging, Oxford School of Engineering, Oxford Silicon Retina Technology. Invited Speaker 2015.

Tobi Delbruck (UZH). From retina to robots – connecting the neural computations of early vision to neuromorphic engineering and artificial vision. Bernstein workshop, Heidelberg Germany. Silicon Retina Technology. Invited Speaker 2015.

Tobi Delbruck (UZH). Telluride Neuromorphic Cognition Engineering Workshop, Telluride CO USA. Silicon Retina Technology. Invited Speaker 2015.

Tobi Delbruck (UZH). IEEE International Conference on Event-Based Control, Communication, and Signal Processing EBCCSP 2015, Krakow, Poland. Event-driven vision. Plenary 2015.

Tobi Delbruck (UZH). Defense Future Technologies, DEFTECH, http://www.deftech.ch, Thun Switzerland. Seeing with Silicon Retinas. Invited Speaker 2015.

Tobi Delbruck (UZH). DARPA Neuromorphic Systems Workshop, Arlington VA, USA, organized by Dan Hammerstrom and Gil Pratt. Event-Based Neuromorphic Sensors and Processing. Invited Speaker 2015.

Tobi Delbruck (UZH). IBM Research Cognitive Systems Colloquium, Almaden, USA Spiking Silicon Retina Vision Sensors (Keynote). 2015

Tobi Delbruck (UZH). Basel Neuroscience Talk, FMI Basel Event-based silicon retinas and applications. Invited colloquium. 2014.

Tobi Delbruck (UZH). SMYLE Smart Systems for a Better Life 2014, CSEM, Neuchatel Seeing Chips. Invited Speaker. 2014.

Tobi Delbruck (UZH). ZNZ Symposium 2014, Zurich. Neuromorphic Sensory Systems Invited Speaker. 2014.

Tobi Delbruck (UZH). Swiss Society of Biomedical Engineering Annual meeting (SSBE) Event-based silicon retinas and applications. Invited Speaker. 2014.

Tobi Delbruck (UZH) presented two invited talks (Australian Neuroscience Symposium and Neuroengineering Workshop) in Adelaide in Feb. 2014, including a live demonstration of one of the simulated RGC behaviours

Stefano Panzeri (IIT). Using Non-Negative Matrix Factorization for the Analysis of Large Scale Population Spike Trains. Invited plenary talk at the GDR2904 Multielectrode Systems and Signal Processing for Neuroscience, Gif sur Yvette, France, October 14-15, 2014.

Stefano Panzeri (IIT). Analysis of RGC Population Activity with Space-by-Time Non-Negative Matrix Factorization. Invited plenary talk at the Bernstein Workshop on Population Coding, Bernstein Center Munich, Germany, July 1-2, 2014.

Stefano Panzeri (IIT). Using Non-Negative Matrix Factorization for the Analysis of Large Scale Population Spike Trains. Invited plenary talk at the GDR2904 Multielectrode Systems and Signal Processing for Neuroscience, Gif sur Yvette, France, October 14-15, 2014.

Stefano Panzeri (IIT). Analysis of RGC Population Activity with Space-by-Time Non-Negative Matrix Factorization. Invited plenary talk at the Bernstein Workshop on Population Coding, Bernstein Center Munich, Germany, July 1-2, 2014.

Alejandro Linares Barranco (UZH). From event-driven vision processing to spike-based motor control for robotics. INI Colloquia Spring 2014.

Alejandro Linares Barranco (UZH). Spike-based Processing Building Blocks for Neuromorphic Robotic Systems. Invited speaker at Brain-like Computation in Hardware: Advances in Neuromorphic Engineering Workshop of the 10th Bernstein Conference. Göttingen – Germany, 2014.

Alejandro Linares Barranco (UZH). Event-based visual processing, a high-speed frame-free neuromorphic approach. ZNZ Symposium, Zurich, Switzerland, 2014.

Other Events

John Wade (Ulster). VISUALISE Retinal processing demonstration at CultureTECH event in Derry-Londonderry  on 19th September 2015. http://culturetech.co/

Dermot Kerr (Ulster). VISUALISE Retinal processing demonstration at Intelligent Systems Research Centre discovery day on 20th February 2015. https://www.facebook.com/events/1608533629370216/permalink/1608533876036858/

Dermot Kerr (Ulster). VISUALISE Retinal processing demonstration as part of the Intelligent Systems Research Summit durig the Derry-Londonderry UK City of Culture celebrations. The event was attended by more than 7000 visitors. 11-12 June 2013. http://isrc.ulster.ac.uk/news/intelligent-systems-summit-2013-a-huge-success.html

Tim Gollisch (UMG-GOE), speaker at Public Outreach Event "Night of Knowledge" in Göttingen, Germany. 2015.

Tim Gollisch (UMG-GOE), speaker at Public Outreach Event "Health Week" in Götingen, Germany. 2015.

 

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