Photonic neuromorphic computing (2018)

My project aims to develop a brain-inspired computing platform based on our current photonic capabilities that is flexible enough to be useful for both neuroscience and computing. This is useful in two fronts: 1) it will help us understand brain function better, in particular the role of plasticity in brain dyamics and 2) it will provide an alternative platform tailored for brain-like learning that will help us accelerate our current machine learning capabilities.
Grant type:
UQ Early Career Researcher
  • WestPac Fellowship
    School of Mathematics and Physics
    Faculty of Science
Funded by:
University of Queensland