SAN JOSE, Calif. – The 62nd IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting will continue the event’s work of scanning the silicon horizon with talks, tutorials and panels on topics such as quantum and neuromorphic computing, according to a just-released preliminary program. This year IEDM pushed out its paper deadline to August 10 and plans it’s first-ever supplier exhibition at the event slated for Dec. 3-7 in San Francisco.
Brain-inspired computing is the focus of one of the event’s three keynotes as well as a 90-minute tutorial. IBM Fellow and Chief Scientist Dharmendra S. Modha will deliver a keynote on the topic. A researcher from the University of Zurich will give a tutorial that includes examples of neuromorphic circuits, processors and some of their applications.
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