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Research Streams

At ICNS, we are active in the three main sensory domains of bio-inspired perception: visual, audio and tactile.
Our neuromorphic processors mimic the way the brain processes information.
We develop novel algorithms for event-based processing.

Video Highlights

Self Organizing - Thumbnail
Development of event-based Self Organizing Maps on a flying drone.
Modelling the Human Auditory System - Thumbnail
By modelling the human auditory system in neuromorphic hardware, we acquire auditory processors for our mobile devices which outperform the state of the art auditory system in real world environments.