June 21, 2013
June 21 -- The international workshop on Brain-inspired Computing aims to bring together researchers involved in various aspects of this area: computational modelling of brain functions, computer algorithms, practical applications, implementations on general purpose computers and special purpose computing devices, as well as its relation to pattern recognition, machine learning, artificial intelligence, high performance computing and visualization.
There will be four days (July 8-11) of presentations of research papers and panel discussions. The lectures are meant to provide an overview of the state of the art and seeds for the subsequent discussions. They aim at facilitating new ideas, collaborations and plans, building of new research networks, producing a comprehensive list of groups and individual researchers working in this area, and finding points of encounter with the EU flagship project Human Brain.
For more information please visit the website http://www.hpcc.unical.it/braincomp2013.
Source: International Workshop on Brain-Inspired Computing
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