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Personal Statement

Researcher and PhD Student with the Neuromorphic Sensor Signal Processing Lab within the Centre for Signal and Image Processing.

Our lab aims to help develop the fields of Deep Learning and Neuromorphic Engineering with novel algorithms implementations and applications. We cover all types of Deep Learning from supervised learning for object detection, Unsupervised and Self Learning, Reinforcement Learning as well as the new applications Neuromorphic Technology brings with it's Spiking Neural Networks.

 

 

Education/Academic qualification

Master of Engineering, University Of Strathclyde

Award Date: 18 Jun 2017

Keywords

  • Neural Networks
  • Neuromorphic
  • Deep Learning
  • Convolutional Neural Networks
  • Machine Learning
  • Artificial Intelligence

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  • Imaging from temporal data via spiking convolutional neural networks

    Kirkland, P., Kapitany, V., Lyons, A., Soraghan, J., Turpin, A., Faccio, D. & Di Caterina, G., 20 Sep 2020, Emerging Imaging and Sensing Technologies for Security and Defence V; and Advanced Manufacturing Technologies for Micro- and Nanosystems in Security and Defence III. Buller, G. S., Hollins, R. C., Lamb, R. A., Laurenzis, M., Camposeo, A., Farsari, M., Persano, L. & Busse, L. E. (eds.). Bellingham, Washington, Vol. 11540. 20 p. 115400J

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  • Neuromorphic technologies for defence and security

    Kirkland, P., Di Caterina, G., Soraghan, J. & Matich, G., 21 Sep 2020, Emerging Imaging and Sensing Technologies for Security and Defence V; and Advanced Manufacturing Technologies for Micro- and Nanosystems in Security and Defence III. Buller, G. S., Hollins, R. C., Lamb, R. A., Laurenzis, M., Camposeo, A., Farsari, M., Persano, L. & Busse, L. E. (eds.). Bellingham, Washington, 18 p. 115400V. (Proceedings of SPIE; vol. 11540).

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