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Brain-Inspired Technologies and Systems 2017

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Green Brain | Building 16, Level 07

RMIT University, Melbourne City Campus

344 Swanston Street

Melbourne, VIC 3000

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A one-day symposium bringing together international and Australian thought leaders in brain-related and neuromorphic technologies in electronics, photonics, bioengineering, and computing.

This full-day event will cover thematic areas on reverse engineering the brain, materials for mimicking neural systems, neuromorphic electronics, neuromorphic photonics, and printing neural networks.


Keynote speakers

  • Dr Stefan Harrer, IBM Research Australia
  • Professor Andre van Schaik, University of Western Sydney
  • Professor Anthony Burkitt, The University of Melbourne
  • Professor Nitish Thakor, National University of Singapore
  • Professor Gordon Wallace, University of Wollongong


Invited speakers

  • Dr Marta Garrido, The University of Queensland
  • Professor Geoffrey Goodhill, The University of Queensland
  • Professor Greg Stuart, The Australian National University
  • Dr Michelle Rank, RMIT University
  • Professor Robert Elliman, The Australian National University
  • Professor David McKenzie, The University of Sydney
  • Dr Rama Vasudevan, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Professor Eric Vogel, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Dr Bhavin Shastri, Princeton University
  • Dr Vincent Daria, The Australian National University
  • Dr Qiming Zhang, RMIT University
  • Professor Linda Richards, Chair, Australian Brain Alliance


The sessions would be followed by the opportunity to visit speclised laboratories within RMIT University enabling brain-inspired materials and device technology research.

The full program can be viewed here.

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Green Brain | Building 16, Level 07

RMIT University, Melbourne City Campus

344 Swanston Street

Melbourne, VIC 3000

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