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ASCR/BES Neuromorphic Computing Study Group Roundtable Discussion

Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy,
Office of Advanced Scientific Computing research
OFFICE OF BASIC ENERGY SCIENCES
Hilton GAITHERSBURG, 620 PERRY PARKWAY
GAITHERSBURG, MD
OCTOBER 29-30, 2015

Participation for this event is by invitation only.

This is a joint activity sponsored by ASCR and BES to evaluate both advanced materials and scientific computing research opportunities to support development of a new paradigm for extreme and self-reconfigurable computing architectures that go beyond Moore's Law and mimic neuro-biological architectures. The meeting will be held at the Hilton Hotel in Gaithersburg, MD. Rick Stevens from Argonne National Laboratory and Ivan Schuller from the University of California-San Diego will co-chair the study group. Approximately 20 experts in emerging computer architectures and related materials science research topics will be invited to participate; national labs that are not represented by the invited participants will be encouraged to send observers. A summary report will be provided within two months following the discussion.

 

Organizing Committee

Rick Stevens (co-chair)
Senior Fellow, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL
stevens@anl.gov; 630.252.3378; http://www.cels.anl.gov/about/dir_detail.php?id=231

Ivan Schuller (co-chair)
Professor, University of California, San Diego, CA
ischuller@ucsd.edu; 858.534.254; http://ischuller.ucsd.edu/

Robinson Pino
Program Manager, DOE Office of Science, ASCR
robinson.pino@science.doe.gov; 301.903.1263; http://science.energy.gov/ascr/about/dr-robinson-e-pino/

Michael Pechan
Program Manager, DOE Office of Science, BES
michael.pechan@science.doe.gov; 301.903.0540; http://science.energy.gov/bes/mse/about/staff/dr-michael-pechan/

 

LIST OF PARTICIPANTS

Participant list (PDF, 50 KB)