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It is becoming increasingly clear that to build efficient cognitive computers, we need to transition to non-von Neumann architectures in which memory and processing coexist in some form. At IBM Research–Zurich in the [https://www.zurich.ibm.com/sto/memory/ Neuromorphic and In-memory Computing Group], we explore various such computing paradigms from in-memory computing to brain-inspired neuromorphic computing. Our research spans from devices and architectures to algorithms and applications. Here is a list of available projects:
 
It is becoming increasingly clear that to build efficient cognitive computers, we need to transition to non-von Neumann architectures in which memory and processing coexist in some form. At IBM Research–Zurich in the [https://www.zurich.ibm.com/sto/memory/ Neuromorphic and In-memory Computing Group], we explore various such computing paradigms from in-memory computing to brain-inspired neuromorphic computing. Our research spans from devices and architectures to algorithms and applications. Here is a list of available projects:
  
* [http://iis-projects.ee.ethz.ch/images/0/01/IBM_MANN_Y2020.pdf Artificial general intelligence (AGI): lifelong learning challenge]  
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* [http://iis-projects.ee.ethz.ch/images/0/01/IBM_MANN_Y2020.pdf '''Artificial general intelligence (AGI):''' lifelong learning challenge]  
* [http://iis-projects.ee.ethz.ch/images/3/33/IBM_OT_Y2020.pdf Machine learning based on optimal transport using in-memory computing]
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* [http://iis-projects.ee.ethz.ch/images/3/33/IBM_OT_Y2020.pdf '''Machine learning based on optimal transport using in-memory computing''']
* [http://iis-projects.ee.ethz.ch/images/4/4b/IBM_RPM.pdf Developing Efficient Models of Strong AI for Intelligence Quotient (IQ) Test]
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* [http://iis-projects.ee.ethz.ch/images/4/4b/IBM_RPM.pdf Developing Efficient Models of '''Strong AI for Intelligence Quotient (IQ) Test''']
  
 
===About the IBM Research–Zurich===
 
===About the IBM Research–Zurich===

Revision as of 10:35, 26 August 2020

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Short Description

Today, we are entering the era of cognitive computing, which holds great promise in deriving intelligence and knowledge from huge volumes of data. In today’s computers based on von Neumann architecture, huge amounts of data need to be shuttled back and forth at high speeds, a task at which this architecture is inefficient.

It is becoming increasingly clear that to build efficient cognitive computers, we need to transition to non-von Neumann architectures in which memory and processing coexist in some form. At IBM Research–Zurich in the Neuromorphic and In-memory Computing Group, we explore various such computing paradigms from in-memory computing to brain-inspired neuromorphic computing. Our research spans from devices and architectures to algorithms and applications. Here is a list of available projects:

About the IBM Research–Zurich

The location in Zurich is one of IBM’s 12 global research labs. IBM has maintained a research laboratory in Switzerland since 1956. As the first European branch of IBM Research, the mission of the Zurich Lab, in addition to pursuing cutting-edge research for tomorrow’s information technology, is to cultivate close relationships with academic and industrial partners, be one of the premier places to work for world-class researchers, to promote women in IT and science, and to help drive Europe’s innovation agenda. Download factsheet


Status: Available

Looking for 2 Master students
Thesis will be at IBM Zurich in Rüschlikon
Contact (at ETH Zurich): Dr. Frank K. Gurkaynak and Michael Hersche
Contact (at IBM): Dr. Abu Sebastian
Contact (at IBM): Dr. Abbas Rahimi

Professor

Luca Benini