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DFG extends HighRR Research Training Group in nuclear and particle physics

After successful evaluation, the “HighRR – High Resolution and High Rate Detectors in Nuclear and Particle Physics” Research Training Group (RTG 2058) at Heidelberg University has been granted funding of approx. 4 million euros by the German Research Foundation for another four and a half years.

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First prize at the 2019 International Collegiate Competition for Brain-inspired Computing (ICCBC 2019)

Our team consisting of Akos F. Kungl, Luziwei Leng and Dominik Dold received the first prize at the 2019 International Collegiate Competition for Brain-inspired Computing (ICCBC 2019). Our project submission titled "Why spikes? Exploring spike-based Bayesian inference for accelerated neuronal substrates" raised the question of computational benefits in spike-based computing, which we answered by presenting a summary of studies highlighting theoretical, practical and neuromorphic applications of spike-based inference.

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Bio-inspired AI on Bloomberg

Leila Hussain and Gloria Kurnik visited our lab in Heidelberg and our colleagues in Jülich a couple of months ago. We had a great time during a couple of intensive days of shooting, which they incorporated into a beautifully crafted episode on Brain Computing of their Moonshot series.

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