Neuromorphic Behaving Systems Group

The Neuromorphic Behaving Systems Group was established in August 2011 at the Cognitive Interaction Technology Center of Excellence (CITEC) and the Faculty of Technology (Bielefeld University).

Our research group aims to identify the principles of neural computation and implement them in fully parallel and low-power neuromorphic very-large-scale integration (VLSI) systems for solving computational problems by learning from examples and experience. We explore the computational capabilities of large networks of recurrently connected neurons using biologically inspired electronic systems. Our research has high potential for developing compact low-power real-time systems with natural application to the field of autonomous robotics.