Brain-Inspired Circuits & Architectures

CFP: IEEE NANO 2018 Special Track on “Brain-Inspired Circuits & Architectures”.

The call for papers is now open to the Special Track on “Brain-Inspired Circuits & Architectures”. This track is intended to disseminate¬† the research on Brain-inspired Circuits and Architectures to the Nano community and therefore is broad and includes applications.

Topics of Interest include, but are not restricted to:

  • Neuromorphic hardware
  • Embedded neural systems (including FPGAs)
  • Brain-inspired cognitive architectures, evolutionary robotics
  • Self-configuring , Self-healing or Self-aware systems
  • Memristor based computation and learning
  • Novel neural hardware applications
  • Deep Learning Hardware
  • Other topics in Brain-Inspired Circuits & Architectures

Deadline for Submission of Abstracts: 26 January 2018

Guidelines available here

Track Chair: Dr. Jim Harkin, Ulster University
Track Co-Chair: Prof. Liam McDaid, Ulster University

Track TPC Members
Prof. Alejandro Linares-Barranco, University of Seville. Spain
Prof Alice Parker, University of Southern California, USA
Dr. Martin Trefzer, University of York, UK
Dr. Junxiu Liu, Ulster University, UK

Confirmed plenary speakers already include:


Prof. John A. Rogers
Northwestern University


Prof. Clivia M. Sotomayor Torres
Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology.


Prof. Malini Olivo
A*STAR, Singapore

Important Dates

Call for abstracts
1 December 2017

Abstract submission deadline
21 March 2018

Notification of Acceptance
29 March 2018

End of early registration
10 May 2018

Deadline for final papers
31 May 2018

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