Video talks on Neuromorphic Engineering

I’m in the process of trying to write a book with Ralph Etienne-Cummings of Johns Hopkins University on neuromorphic engineering. Just at the point where I was supposed to be travelling to lots of conferences for research, Covid-19 happened. Papers are great, but getting the context for work directly from scientists and engineers is always a good way of getting started, so I looked for material to watch online (to create my own virtual conference).

With special thanks to Gert Cauwenberghs, Roxana Alexandru, and Elisabetta Chicca for their suggestions, and to my arms for a couple of days of typing, I’m now able to share with everyone the list of videos I compiled. The spreadsheet includes the speaker name, presentation title, year, direct link to the video, and the conference that it’s from. Everything is free, although one conference requires registration to view.

There are currently about 150 technical presentations including some multi-part short courses and a lecture course: enough to keep you busy for 2-3 solid weeks of Covid isolation… Note that I did try to keep it to technical talks, but there were one or two other presentations (like a TEDx talk with a very young Chris Eliasmith) that I did not have the heart to exclude. Also, I tried to restrict talks to post-2015, but there are a few in there that are a bit older.

Please contact me at sunny.bains {at} if you have other videos to suggest. As long as they fit the brief, I’ll add them.