Research Group for Neuromorphic Computing
The Research Group for Neuromorphic Computing develops advanced neural-network based algorithms, software libraries, and systems with the new generation of computing chips – brain-inspired neuromorphic sensing and computing hardware. We focus on perception, motion planning, and control for robotic actuators with applications in life sciences: healthcare, agriculture, food processing, and smart environments. We follow a human-centered design approach to develop new generation of physical AI systems that are power-efficient, adaptive, and safe.
- Neuromorphic computing hardware and algorithms
- Event-based vision
- Robotics: Motion planning, control, SLAM
- Efficient machine learning and AI
- Dynamical systems, cognitive architectures
- Assistive robotics in healthcare, agriculture, food processing, smart environments
- Machine vision in healthcare, agriculture, food processing, smart environments
- Continual learning and adaptive systems
- Robot safety, human-robot interaction
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