ADVANCE PROGRAM  - Day 1

 

   
CNNA’06 Monday 28 August 2006
Mon.Op. Opening Sessions
9.00-11.10  
   
9.00-9.30 OPENING SPEECH
  Vedat Tavsanoglu
  Yildiz Technical University, Istanbul, TURKEY
   
   
9.30-11.10 KEYNOTE SPEECHES
                                                                                                                  Chair:    Ahmet Dervisoglu
9.30-10.20  
                         Cellular Nonlinear Nano-giga-scale Architectures (CNNA)- Converging Sensory
                                 Computing Hardware Platforms and Related Wave Logic Inferencing
                                                                                                       Tamas Roska
                                                                   Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, HUNGARY
10.20-11.10  
From Photons to Decisions: The CMOS Challenge
Angel Rodriguez-Vazquez
Instituto de Microelectronica de Sevilla, Centro Nacional de Microelectronica and Universidad de Sevilla, SPAIN
 
11.10-11.30 COFFEE BREAK
  TUTORIALS
   
11.30-15.30 CNN Wave Computing: Theory, Architectures, Implementations and Applications
  Marco Gilli1, Csaba Rekeczky2, Bertram E. Shi3
  1 Politecnico di Torino, ITALY
                                              2 Péter Pázmány Catholic University, Faculty of Information Technology, HUNGARY
                                                                      3 Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, HONG KONG
   
   
  11.30-13.00 PART 1
 

Chair:    I. Cem Goknar

  13.00-14.00 LUNCH BREAK
  14.00-15.30 PART 2
 

   Chair:    Chagaan Baatar

   
15.30-18.05 LIVE CNN TECHNOLOGY DEMO SESSION
   
  PART 1: SHORT INTRODUCTIONS
15.30-16.30                                                                                                              Chair:    Csaba Rekeczky
   
15.30-15.35  
Bioinspired Robotics: Application of a CNN-based CPG VLSI Chip to Control an Autonomous Mini-hexapod Robot
Paolo Arena, Luigi Fortuna, Mattia Frasca, Luca Patané, Massimo Pollino1
1 DIEES University of Catania, ITALY 
   
  Cellular Wave Computing the Multi-channel Mammalian Retina Model by the Bi-i Camera-computer
15.35-15.40 David Balya, Botond Roska1
                                                             1 Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research, SWITZERLAND
   
  Demonstration of Real-time Image Processing on the SCAMP-3 Vision System
15.40-15.45 Piotr Dudek, David R.W. Barr, Alexey Lopich, Stephen J. Carey1
  1 University of Manchester, UK
   
  CNNOPT: Learning Dynamics and CNN Chip-specific Robustness
15.45-15.50 Dániel Hillier1, Samuel Xavier-de-Souza2, Johan A. K. Suykens2, Joos Vandewalle2
                                                                                      1 Péter Pázmány Catholic University, HUNGARY
  2 Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, BELGIUM
   
   
  Computing and Combining the Outputs of Cortically Inspired Feature Maps
15.50-15.55 Bertram E. Shi, Eric K. C. Tsang, Stanley Y. M. Lam, Yicong Meng1
  1 Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, HONG KONG
   
  A Real-time Mammalian Retina Model Implementation on FPGA
  Zoltán Nagy1, Zsolt Vörösházi1, Péter Szolgay2
15.55-16.00                              1 Pannon University, Department of Image Processing and Neurocomputing, HUNGARY
  2 Analogic and Neural Computing Laboratory, Computer and Automation Institute of HAS, HUNGARY
   
   
  Implementation of Cellular Wave Computing Methods by Hardware Learning: Ion Beam Analysis
16.00-16.05 Gunter Geis, Vanessa Senger, Ronald Tetzlaff1
  1Institute of Applied Pyhsics, JWG University Frankfurt a. M., GERMANY
   
  Multitarget Tracking Applications of the Bi-i Platform: Attention-selection, Tracking and Control
16.05-16.10 Gergely Tímar, Csaba Rekeczky1
  1 Péter Pázmány Catholic University, Faculty of Information Technology, HUNGARY
   
  Pixel Level Snakes Execution on the SIMD Processor Array Vision Chip SCAMP-3
16.10-16.15 David Lopez Vilarińo1, Piotr Dudek2
  1 University of Santiago de Compostela, SPAIN
  2 University of Manchester, UK
  Fast and Robust Face Tracking Applied to Wheelchair Driving
16.15-16.20 Samuel Xavier-de-Souza, Michiel Van Dyck, Johan A. K. Suykens, Joos Vandewalle1
                                                                                          1 Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, BELGIUM
16.20-16.35 COFFEE BREAK
16.35-18.05 PART 2: LIVE DEMOS

                                                                                                                                                                    Chair: Paolo Arena

   
20.00-22.00 WELCOME RECEPTION
   

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