Josep Margarit wins runner-up Best Demo award at ISCAS 2019

Josep Margarit receives the runner-up award for Best Demo at ISCAS 2019. The demonstration is on a portable microsensor fusion system with real-time measurement for on-site beverage tasting.  Congratulations!

DHP19 Human Pose Estimation Dataset from DVS event cameras released

We are happy to release DHP19. It is the first human pose dataset with data collected from DVS event cameras. This dataset was created mainly by Sensors Groups students Enrico Calabrese and Gemma Taverni, in collaboration with Balgrist Hospital.

It has recordings from 4 synchronized 346x260 pixel DVS cameras and marker positions in 3D space from Vicon motion capture system. The files have event streams and 3D positions recorded from 17 subjects each performing 33 movements.

It also includes a reference Convolutional Network implementation for instantaneous human pose estimation, trained on DVS constant-count frames from the two frontal DVS cameras.

Stefan Braun receives 2019 ICASSP IBM Best Student Paper award

Stefan Braun is a recipient of the IBM Best Student Paper award for his paper titled "Parameter Uncertainty for End-to-End Speech Recognition" at the 2019 International Conference on Acoustics, Signal, and Speech Processing (ICASSP). He was also awarded the 2019 ICASSP IEEE Spoken Language Processing Student Travel Grant for this paper. The grant is administered by the IEEE Signal Processing Society. Congratulations!

New PhD/Postdoc positions available

We have several new PhD and Postdoc positions available now or soon in a wide range of disciplines ranging from mixed signal neuromorphic sensor design to digital design for AI to advanced audio AI. See our open positions page for more details.

Tobi Delbruck presented "Neuromorphic AI Tutorial

Tobi Delbruck presented tutorial on "Neuromorphic AI" at the IEEE Biomedical Circuits and Systems Conference in Cleveland, Ohio, USA  on Oct 17, 2018.  Slides of this tutorial are available here.

Eight papers accepted to 2019 AICAS, ICASSP, and ISCAS

We are proud to announce that a large number of Sensors Group papers were accepted to the major IEEE Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS 2019), IEEE Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP 2019), and the inaugural Artificial Intelligence Circuits and Systems (AICAS 2019) conferences. See the complete news item for a list of all the accepted papers. Read more …

Tobi Delbruck presented "Neuromorphic AI Tutorial at IEEE BioCAS

Tobi Delbruck presented tutorial on "Neuromorphic AI" at the IEEE Biomedical Circuits and Systems Conference in Cleveland, Ohio, USA  on Oct 17, 2018.  Slides of this tutorial are available here.

Open source neuromorphic ASIC designs from INI

The neuromorphic groups at INI open source several useful IC designs and design kits, including the physio friend and 2005 classchip, the photoreceptor classchip, and on-chip programmable bias generators (actual design here)

Bodo Rueckauer awarded "Best New Neuromorph" at Telluride 2018

Sensors Group PhD student Bodo Rueckauer was awarded "Best New Neuromorph" at Telluride 2018. This award is chosen by the consensus among all the organizers and topic leaders from each year's workshop, for the participants who best exemplify the spirit, energy and intellectual enthusiasm of the workshop. The other applicant selected for this award was Mathilda Rhode (Cardiff Univ.). 

2018 Telluride Neuromorphic Cognition Engineering Workshop Ongoing

This year's Telluride Neuromorphic Cognition Engineering workshop started on July 1st. Take a look at the website for more about the workshop, this year's topic areas and the rich history of this 25 year workshop. Topic areas include Prediction and Surprise in Natural Sound Processing, Building Applications with Braindrop, Cognitive Agents that Learn in the Wild, and Fundamentals of Event Sensor Signal Processing.