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Dr. Michmizos wins the Intel Grant Award on Neuromorphic Computing

michmizosKonstantinos Michmizos won an Intel Grant Award on Neuromorphic Computing for his single-PI proposal entitled "Spike-based Active SLAM for autonomous robots developing action habits."

Konstantinos's efforts are timely placing our Department at the center of the emerging Neuromorphic Community and introduces Rutgers as one of the 10 research universities in the world having access to Intel's unique neuromorphic chip.

 

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Dr. Musolino Recipient of 2018 SAS Award for Distinguished Contributions to Undergraduate Education

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The awards were announced at a May 1 ceremony at Rutgers Hillel and honored seventeen teachers--from faculty members to graduate students--for accomplishments both within and beyond the classroom.

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Rutgers and RuCCS at VSS2018

As usual Rutgers and RuCCS were very well represented at the 2018 conference of the Vision Sciences Society, by students, faculty and half a dozen alumni.

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Computational Neuroscience Workshop - May 30-June 1

Computational Neuroscience Workshop - May 30-June 1

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