Neuromorphic control

27.05.2019 von 14:15 bis 15:00

Neurophysiological circuits exhibit control properties unparalleled in man-made control systems. They combine sensitivity to the tiny and robustness to the large in an astonishing way, seemingly  paradoxical. They form control systems across scales, allowing sensing and actuation from the molecular scale up to the whole body scale. This talk will explore some of the basic feedback principles that allow for such properties. In particular, I will emphasize the key role of mixed feedback, which involves a  combination of positive and negative feedback, or excitation and inhibition, at every scale. I will then discuss the possibility of implementing such properties in neuromorphic circuits and discuss the potential of neuromorphic control in engineering.

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