Vorträge von Karlheinz Meier

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Vorträge vor 2013 und interne Projektvorträge sind nicht in dieser Liste aufgeführt

 

Conferences and Workshops    
2016    
ESOF 2016, Manchester, UK (invited talk) Accelerated analog machines that learn 27.07.2016
ISC 2016, Frankfurt, Germany (invited talk) Neuromorphic Computing - Concepts, Achievements, Challenges 22.06.2016
INC12, Leuven, Belgium (invited talk) Brain Inspired Computing beyond von Neumann 12.05.2016
Exascale Application & Software Conference, Stockholm, Sweden (Keynote) Neuromorphic Computing - Extreme Approaches to weak and strong scaling 27.04.2016
Neuro-inspired Computational Elements Workshop, Berkeley, US (invited talk) Neuromorphic Computing in the European Human Brain Project 07.03.2016
Neuro-inspired Computational Elements Workshop, Berkely, US (invited talk) Programatic Overview 07.03.2016
2015    
IEDM 2015, Washington DC (invited talk) A mixed-signal universal neuromorphic computing system 07.12.2015
International Conference on Brain Informatics, London, UK (Keynote) From structure to function - opportunities and limitations of neural emulations 01.09.2015
37th IEEE-EMBC Conference, ANTBI, Milano, Italy (Keynote) Computing and the brain - A two-way street 25.08.2015
Science and Technology Conference 2015, London, UK (Keynote) Neuromorphic computing in the Human Brain project- Not copied, but derived 29.07.2015
ISC2015, Frankfurt, Germany Beyond : Neuromorphic approaches in HBP 15.07.2015
EITN Theory Workshop, Paris, France Plasticity and learning in VLSI - What has been done and what can be done 02.06.2015
Huawei 2015 Science and Technology Workshop, Shenzhen, China (invited talk) Brain inspired computing - Concept, achievements, outlook 20.05.2015
Neuroimaging, Computational Neuroscience and Neuroengineering Workshop, U Wisconsin, USA (invited talk) From FACETS to the HBP - European projects in neuromorphic computing 30.04.2015
7th International IEEE EMBS Conference, Montpellier, France (invited talk) Computing like the brain - Physical copies of brain circuits 23.04.2015
The Brain Forum, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland (invited talk) Brain Science in the Information Age 31.03.2015
International Symposium on Grids and Clouds, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan (Keynote) Brain derived computing beyond von Neumann 17.03.2015
Neuromorphic Computing Workshop, Pittsburgh, USA (Keynote) Brain derived computing beyond von Neumann 04.03.2015
Neuro-inspired Computational Elements Workshop, Sandia Lab, Albuquerque, USA Mixed signal accelerated systems - Recent progress and results 24.02.2015
2014    
SC14, New Orleans, USA (Panel) Beyond von Neumann - Neuromorphic Systems and Architectures 21.11.2014
IBM Research Colloquium, Almaden, USA (Invited Lecture) Neuromorphic Computing coming of Age 12.11.2014
IFIP2014, Hangzhou, China (Keynote) Neuromorphic Computing beyond von Neumann 18.10.2014
Neurovation 2014, Utrecht, The Netherlands (Keynote) The Human Brain Project - From Biological Foundations to new Computer Architectures 06.10.2014
Re.Work Technology Summit, London, UK (Invited Talk) Beyond von Neumann - Brain derived Computing 19.09.2014
ICPS2014, Heidelberg, Germany (Invited Lecture) From Ions to Electrons - Physical Models of Brain Circuits 18.08.2014
IJCNN2014, Beijing, China (Invited Lecture) The EU Human Brain Project - A systematic Path from Data to Synthesis 10.07.2014
ISC2014, Leipzig, Germany (Keynote) Brain derived Computing beyond von Neumann - Achievements and Challenges 26.06.2014
US-Turkey Advanced Institute, Antalya, Turkey (Keynote) Synthesizing Thought - The European Human Brain Project 10.06.2014
YRLS2014, Institute Pasteur, Paris, France (Keynote) The European Human Brain Project 27.05.2014
EITN Opening Workshop, Paris, France (Invited Talk) From Computational Principles to Computational Practices (and back) 26.03.2014
Neuro-inspired Computational Elements Workshop, Sandia Lab, Albuquerque, USA Physical Models of Neural Circuits in BrainScaleS and the HBP 25.02.2014
Annual Meeting of the AAAS, Chicago, USA Mimicking the Brain for better Computing 16.02.2014
Workshop on Progress in Brain-like Computing, Stockholm, Sweden (invited Talk) Physical Models of Neural Circuits - Achievements and Challnges 06.02.2014
2013    

Nanotech Italy 2013, Venice, Italy (Introductory lecture)

The EU Human Brain project - Synthesis from the nanoscale UP 27.11.2013

Falling Walls 2013, Berlin, Germany (Invited talk)

Breaking the walls of traditional computing 09.11.2013
Joint EU-US Workshop on Neuromorphic Computing, Heidelberg, Germany Neuromorphic computing in ther Human Brain Project 14.10.2013

23rd International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks (ICANN 2013), Sofia, Bulgaria (invited plenary talk)

The EU Human Brain Project - From data to synthesis 10.09.2013

International Workshop on Brain-Inspiired Computing, Cetraro, Italy (Invited talk)

Computers like Brains rather than Brains on Computers 08.07.2013

ISCA40, Brain Inspired Computing Workshop, Tel Aviv, Israel (Invited talk)

Computing like the brain - From Dream to reality ? 24.06.2013
ISC2013, Leipzig, Germany Future Computing & The Human Brain Project 26.06.2013
INC9, Berlin, Germany (Invited talk) The EU Human Brain Project, Relevance for nanoscience 14.5.2013
Cosyne Workshop, Snowbird, Utah, USA Arguing for a configurable neuromorphic ecosystem 05.03.2013
Cosyne Workshop, Snowbird, Utah, USA A universal neuromorphic computing engine - Status and plans 05.03.2013
Neuro-inspired computational elements workshop, Albuquerque, Dandia Lab, New Mexico, USA How to simulate what we don't understand 25.02.2013

Program Workshop on Brain-Inspired Systems, FIAS Frankfurt, Germany (Invited talk)

Configurable Physical Models of Neural Circuits – Ideas, Systems and Results 30.01.2013
Opening Event for the Simulation Lab Neuroscience, FZ Jülich, Germany (Invited talk) Achievents and Challenges of Brain Inspired Computing 14.01.2013
     
Seminars and Colloquia    
2016    
SAP Seminar, Walldorf, Germany The European Human Brain Project - Neuromorphic Computing 15.04.2016
2015    
Physikalisches Kolloquium, Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg From Ions to Electrons - Physical Models of Brain Circuits 06.11.2015
Physikalisches Kolloquium, Universität Bayreuth, Germany Simulating without a computer - A physics approch to the brain 16.06.2015
Münchner Physikkolloquium, München, Germany Synthetic Neural Systems 15.06.2015
Life Sciences Seminar, EPFL, Lausanne Switzerland Simulating without a computer - Physical models of brain circuits 03.06.2015
Kolloquium Technische Universität Graz, Austria Casting Theory in Silicon 26.05.2015
Seminar, HiSilicon, Shenzhen, China Brain derived computing 21.05.2015
Seminar, U Wisconsin, Madison, USA Physical models in neural circuits - Technologies and applications 01.05.2015
EE Spring Seminar, UC Los Angeles, USA Brain derived computing beyond von Neumann 06.04.2015
Seminar, Medizinische Universität Innsbruck, Austria Synthtic neural systems - Towards a better understanding of brain function 18.03.2015
Seminar, Intel, Tel Aviv, Israel Computing in the European Human Brain Project 12.03.2015
Lecture Series - Sagol School of Neuroscience, Tel Aviv University, Israel Synthtic neural systems - Towards a better understanding of brain function 10.03.2015
Kolloquium zu Ehren von Prof. Schüffny, Dresden, Germany Der Wettlauf ums Gehirn 27.02.2015
Seminar, UC Santa Barbara, USA Brain derived computing beyond von Neumann 06.03.2015
Seminar, UMass Amherst, USA Brain derived computing beyond von Neumann 02.03.2015
2014    
BCCN Seminar, Heidelberg, Germany Brain inspired computing beyond von Neumann 07.11.2014
Informatik Kolloquium TU Braunschweig, Germany Brain inspired computing beyond von Neumann 31.10.2014
Seminar Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China Neuromorphic Computing in HBP - Progress and Plans 19.10.2014
Seminar Instituto Cajal, Madrid, Spain Physical Models of Neural Circuits 19.08.2014
Seminar Brain Corporation, San Diego, USA Neuromorphic Computing in the Human Brain Project 11.08.2014
Physikalisches Kolloquium RWTH Aachen, Germany From Ions to Electrons - Physical Models of Brain Circuits 19.05.2014
Physikalisches Kolloquium Kiel, Germany From Ions to Electrons - Physical Models of Brain Circuits 29.04.2014
Physikalisches Kolloquium Bonn, Germany From Ions to Electrons - Physical Models of Brain Circuits 25.04.2014
ILL Colloquium, Grenoble, France From Ions to Electrons - Physical Models of Brain Circuits 28.03.2014
Physics Colloquium Lund University, Sweden How to simulate without a Computer - A Physics Approach to the Brain 11.03.2014
INCF Seminar, Stockholm, Sweden From Ions to Electrons - Physical Models of Brain Circuits 06.02.2014
2013    
EMMI Physics Days, Featured talk, GSI, Darmstadt, Germany Physical models of the brain - Technologies, Theories and Synthesis 18.11.2013
Physikalisches Kolloquium, Universität Siegen, Germany Physikalische Modelle des Gehirns - Technologien, Theorien und Synthese 14.11.2013
Physikalisches Kolloquium, KIT, Karlsruhe, Germany Physikalische Modelle des Gehirns - Technologien, Theorien und Synthese 25.10.2013
Computer Science Colloquium, Rijksuniversitet Groningen, The Netherlands Physical models of the brain - Technologies, Theories and Synthesis 24.10.2013
Physikalisches Festkolloquium anlässlich des 40-jährigen Bestehens der der Bergischen Universität Wuppertal Physikalische Modelle des Gehirns - Technologien, Theorien und Synthese 20.10.2013
Jentschke-Lecture 2013, DESY, Hamburg, Germany How to simulate without a computer - A physics approach to the brain 30.10.2013
Wiener Physikalisches Kolloquium, Wien, Austria Information processing in stochastic neuromorphic circuits 17.06.2013
Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience, München, Germany How to simulate the Brain without a Computer 18.02.2013
Physikalisches Kolloquium Universität Mainz, Germany Geht' auch ohn Turing ? - Information in physikalischen Modellen neuronaler Schaltkreise 05.02.2013
     
Schools and other Events    
2016    
48. Herbstschule für Hochenergiephysik 2016, Maria Laach Komplexität und Information - Ist unser Gehirn ein Computer 08.09.2016
Leuven Inc. Visionary Seminar, Leuven, Belgium Neuromorphic Computing - Theory 06.06.2016
ESFRI Science Market, Geneva, Switzerland Computers like Brains 02.06.2016
2015    
2nd HBP School on Future Computing, Obergurgl, Austria (Lecture) Neuromorphic computing 07.08.2015
2nd HBP School on Future Computing, Obergurgl, Austria (Opening lecture) Why we need the HBP 03.08.2015
RWTH Aachen Graduate School Week, Bad Honnef, Germany Not copied, but derived - Brain inspired computing 26.08.2015
Panel, BrainTech 2015, Tel Aviv, Israel Boosting brain innovation 11.03.2015
2014    
Graduate Lecture, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China  Physics of the Brain and Neuromorphic Systems 16.10.2014
Sci Foo Camp, Google, Mountain View, USA The Human Brain Project 09.08.2014
1st HBP Education Workshop, Tel Aviv, Israel The HBP mixed Double : Computing for Neuroscience and Neurosceince for Computing 19.06.2014
1. Gesprächskreis Brüssel der DPG, Brussels, Belgium Das EU Flagship "Human Brain Project" 03.02.2014
2013    
FET Seminar, European Commision, Brussels, Belgium Computers like brains rather than brains on computers 20.11.2013
The EU Horizon 2020 Program - Teaming for Excellence in the European Research Area The EU Human Brain Project 17.10.2013
22nd Annual International Electronics Forum, Dublin, Ireland Synthesizing thought - Novel computing architectures for the Human Brain Project 02.10.2013
Neuroinformatics 2013, Special Session on Large Scale Brain Initiatives, Stockholm, Sweden The EU Human Brain Project 27.08.2013
Meeting of the EU Flagship Projects, International University Menéndez Pelayo, Santander, Spain Simulating without a computer - Physical models of the brain 28.06.2013
FET Flagship Information Day, Bratislava, Slovakia The EU Human Brain Project 23.05.2013
     
Public Lectures    
2015    
Geist Heidelberg, DAI Heidelberg, Germany Klassische komplexe Systeme und die Facetten neuromorpher Hardware 10.11.2915
Interdisziplinäres Forum Heidelberg, Germany Simulieren was wir nicht verstehen - Das Beispiel Human Brain Projekt 27.05.2015
"Naturwissenschaft und Musik", Laeiszhalle Hamburg, Germany Synthese des Denkens - Der Traum von Gehirncomputer 21.03.2015
"Woche des Gehirns", Innsbruck, Austria Ist unser Gehirn ein Computer ? 19.03.2015
2014    
EMBL Forum Science and Society, Heidelberg, Germany Das Human Brain Projekt - Simulation und Realität 14.10.2014
HeiKa Symposium, Heidelberg, Germany Alles nur Information ? Synthese und Simulation im Human Brain Projekt 07.10.2014
Max-von-Laue Gymnasium, Koblenz, Germany Wie gut verstehen wir die Welt ? Offene Fragen der modernen Physik 22.05.2014
Rotaract, Heidelberg, Germany Wie gut verstehen wir die Welt ? Offene Fragen der modernen Physik 23.04.2014
2013    
Daimler-Benz Stiftung, Ladenburg, Germany Computer nach dem Vorbild des Gehirns  
Evolution verstehen, Studium Generale, Sommersemeter 2013, Heidelberg, Germany Synthetische Evolution - Erkenntnisse und Anwendungen 22.07.2013
Tag der Freunde des Vereins der Freunde der Universität Heidelberg, Germany Simulieren ohne Computer - Physikalische Modelle des Gehirns 05.07.2013
Bayern innovativ , BMW Welt, München, Germany
Synthese des Denkens - Das Europäische Human Brain Project
02.07.2013
     
 
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