【Talk 2016.3.29】Title:Brain-inspired Computing : from Hardwares to Applications

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【Talk 2016.3.29】Title:Brain-inspired Computing : from Hardwares to Applications
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Invite you all to come.
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Time: 13:10, Mar. 29, 2016
Venue: ED220 ( Engineering Building 4, National Chiao Tung University)
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Speaker: Dr. Gi-Joon Nam, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center
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Abstract:
In recent years, there have been significant amount of interests in a new quest in building a brain-inspired machine. In contrast to the prevailing von Neumann architecture that most traditional computers are based on, a brain-inspired machine mimics the operations of the brain’s neuron and synaptic system to replicate the human brain’s talent for learning new tasks. In this talk, we will provide system perspectives of a brain-inspired computer by presenting circuit implementations, software programming models and promising applications.
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Bio:
Gi-Joon Nam is a research staff member and manager at the IBM T. J. Watson Research Center. He currently manages the Physical Design department. His group is conducting research on various design automation techniques for high performance computing IBM products such as IBM’s P/Z microprocessors and server chips. Prior to this, he has managed the Optimized Analytics System department at the IBM Austin Research Lab working on the workload optimized systems for big data applications. Gi-Joon has been involved with leading-edge high performance VLSI designs for 15+ years, starting from 130 nm technology nodes to sub-20 nm technologies.


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