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MicroNeuro'97 2nd CfP

microneuro97 mneuro97 at iee.et.tu-dresden.de
Tue May 13 02:47:38 EST 1997

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                 University of Technology Dresden
           24 - 26 th September 1997 at Dresden, F.R. Germany

  Sponsored by IEEE German Section and Society of Information Technology (ITG)

This conference is dedicated to VLSI circuits and systems for neural networks, 
evolutionary & fuzzy systems and respective implementation constraints introduced by application, technology and system environment. Categories for submissions include, but are not limited to the following topics:

 Potential technologies           VLSI adequate design of neural algorithms
 Neural interfaces and sensors    Bio-inspired signal processing systems
 VLSI circuits and system         Intelligent robots

Five copies of the paper plus a cover page indicating title, authors name, affiliation, address, phone no. should be sent to the MICRONEURO'97 Secretariat. The authors should indicate which category describes the topic of the paper best. 
Due to the choice of a local publisher the conference submission deadline could be changed to May 31, 1997. Notification of acceptance is due at July 11, 1997. Proposed contributions will be evaluated by an international program committee. A proceedings volume will be provided at the conference, and publication of
selected papers by an international publisher is intended. 

Please find authors instructions, LaTeX-style, registration form, and more 
information on our conference home page: 


Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Ramacher 	               Prof. Dr. Ing. Klar 
(General Chair)		                       (Program Chair)
tel. +49 351 463 7686	                       tel. +49 30 314 25 435
mneuro97 at iee.et.tu-dresden.de		       klar at mikro.ee.tu-berlin.de			

                        STEERING COMMITTEE

          K.Goser, D-Dortmund;  A.F.Murray, UK-Edinburgh;
           U.Ramacher, D-Muenchen; L.Reyneri, I-Torino;
          M.Sami, I-Milano; L.Spaanenburg, NL-Groningen;
                       E.Vittoz, CH-Neuchatel;


     J.Alspector, USA-Morristown; X. Arreguit, CH-Neuchatel
             J.Austin, UK-York; D.del Corso, I-Torino;
              P.Garda, F-Orsay;  M.Jabri, AU-Sydney;
          M.Mahowald, CH-Zuerich;  J.A.Nossek, D-Muenchen;
           J.D.Nicoud, CH-Lausanne; A.Prieto, ES-Granada; 
          U.Rueckert, D-Paderborn; R. Schueffny, D-Dresden;
      L.Tarassenko, UK-Oxford;  M.Verleysen, B-Louvain-la-Neuve;
                     J.Wawrzynek, USA-Berkeley; 

                           INVITED TALKS

          Dr. Kazuo Kyuma, Mitsubishi Electric Corp., Japan:
  ''Neurochips, Artificial Retinas and Their Practical Applications''

         Dr. Rainer Goebel,  Max-Planck-Institut fuer Hirnforschung, 
                       Frankfurt/Main, Germany:
     ''Biology inspired neuron models and networks: the functional role of
                          temporal coding''

    Prof. Joachim M. Buhmann, Informatik III, University of Bonn, Germany:
     ''How RHINO gets around in the world ?  Hardware and software 
                   challenges for autonomous robots''                                                             

          Prof. Eric Vittoz </B>, CSEM,  Neuchatel, Switzerland:
      ''Pseudo-resistive networks and their applications to analog 
                       collective computation''


       Prof Takeshi Yamakawa, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Iizuka, 
                         Fukuoka 820, Japan,
      ''Basic Aspect of a Fuzzy System and Its Hardware Implementation 
                          in Analog Mode''

For the abstract of these presentations, as well as for tutorial information,
please see the conference home page.
	For further information contact the Organizing Committee:

	Dr. A. Koenig, Dr. S. Schmidt	
        Tel: +49 351 463 2805
        mneuro97 at iee.et.tu-dresden.de

        MICRONEURO'97 Secretariat
        Chair of Electron Devices and Integrated Circuits
	Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering
	University of Technology Dresden, D-01062 Dresden, Germany
        Fax:  +49 351 463 7260
        mneuro97 at iee.et.tu-dresden.de

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