Björn Kindler

Visual material


These images show some of the group created neuromorphic computing chips and systens

Description Image License
BrainScaleS-2 full-size chip. HICANN-DLS-SR-HX v2, early 2020Eric Müller, Heidelberg University (CC BY-ND 4.0)
BrainScaleS-2 full-size chip. HICANN-DLS-SR-HX v1, mid 2019 Heidelberg University (CC BY-ND 4.0)
BrainScaleS-2 small prototype chip ("DLS") on a 1 Euro coin Heidelberg University (CC BY-ND 4.0)
BrainScaleS-1 Neuromorphic Compute System full wafer (before post-processing) in the wafer mounting bracket. The 20cm wafer contains 48 reticles with 8 HICANN each. In total 196.608 point-neurons and 44.040.192 synapses. Heidelberg University (CC BY-ND 4.0)
The BrainScaleS neuromorphic system: single synapse to 20 wafer systems platform system view. (March 2016)Heidelberg University (CC BY-ND 4.0)
A VLSI-Based Neural Network ASIC (Spikey, 384 neurons and about 100000 synapses), Electronic Vision(s) Group, HeidelbergMatthias Hock, Heidelberg University (CC BY-ND 4.0)


  • Live-on-tape demo of unsupervised learning on a neuromorphic chip (BrainScaleS-2 test chip): here on YouTube (uploaded on 21 March 2019)