My name is Petruț (Peter) Bogdan. I am currently a Neuromorphic Architect at Innatera Nanosystems BV, a neuromorphic startup based in the Netherlands. I am mainly responsible for driving the requirements of our upcoming brain-inspired chips for optimal application compatibility.
My previous role as a Research Associate focused on enabling large scale and realtime simulations of the cerebellum on digital neuromorphic hardware. Before that, I was a PhD student working on structural plasticity on the SpiNNaker Neuromorphic Platform at the University of Manchester. My research focused on creating reusable models of synaptic rewiring for topographic map formation, unsupervised and supervised learning.
I assisted with the following undergraduate courses: Mobile Systems, Microcontrollers and Fundamentals of Computer Engineering.
I obtained a BSc in Computer Science from the University of Manchester. For my final year project I created a spiking neuron-based robot control system for an art exhibition unveiled at the Manchester Art Gallery from February to June 2016 (video).
I used to be a Student Ambassador for the Human Brain Project. We organised the 3rd HBP Student Conference on Interdisciplinary Brain Research on the 6-7 February 2019 in Ghent, Belgium; and the 5th HBP Student Conference on Interdisciplinary Brain Research virtually. The book of abstracts for the 5th conference has been published through Frontiers (find the book here).
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