Episode 19: Four next-gen neuromorphic engineers

Left to right then top to bottom: Kenneth Stewart, Laura Kriener, Jens Pedersen, and Fabrizio Ottati.

Sunny and Giulia talk to four early career researchers: Dr Kenneth Stewart, a Computer Scientist at the US Naval Research Laboratory in Washington DC; Dr Laura Kriener, a Postdoctoral Researcher at The University of Bern in Switzerland; Jens Pedersen, a PhD student at The Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm, Sweden; and Dr Fabrizio Ottati, an AI/ML Computer Architect at NXP Semiconductors in Hamburg, Germany. They discuss learning rules for spiking neural networks, primitives for computations on neuromorphic hardware, and the benefits and drawbacks of neuromorphic engineering.

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Producer/Writer: Sunny Bains and Giulia D’Angelo
Co-hosts: Sunny Bains and Giulia D’Angelo
Editor: Rose Gotto
Audio Production: Melvin Taylor, Coupe Studios Music and Sound Design
Music: 3 of Diamonds by Matt Harris

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