February 23 (Friday)

13:30-13:40Opening remarks
Session 1: Brainware LSI Technologies
13:40-14:10Brainmorphic Hardware in Edge Computing Era
Yoshihiko Horio (Tohoku University, Japan)
14:10-14:40Energy-Efficient Configurable Database-Search Hardware Based on Sparse Neural Networks
Naoya Onizawa (Tohoku University, Japan)
14:40-15:10MTJ-Based Nonvolatile FPGA for Brainware LSI Platform
Daisuke Suzuki (Tohoku University, Japan)
15:10-15:40Low-Power Microelectronic Methods for Multichannel Cortical Implantable Systems
Alexandre Schmid (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland)
15:40-16:00Coffee break
Session 2: Recognition & Learning I
16:00-16:30Vision LSI for Spatial Perception Based on Motion Stereo Vision
Hisanao Akima (Tohoku University, Japan)
16:30-17:00Contribution of Luminance-Based Transient Signals to Transsaccadic Integration
Kazumichi Matsumiya (Tohoku University, Japan)
17:00-17:30Ensemble Perception
David Whitney (University of California Berkeley, USA)

February 24 (Saturday)

Session 3: Algorithm and Modeling
09:00-09:30Data-Stream-Aware Computing for Highly Dependable VLSI Systems
Masanori Natsui (Tohoku University, Japan)
09:30-10:00Analysis of Spatial Cues of Hearing Using Spherical Wavelets
Shichao Hu (Tohoku University, Japan)
10:00-10:30Algorithm Selection with Reasoning for Real-World Problems
Martin Lukac (School of Science and Technology, Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan)
10:30-10:50Coffee break
Session 4: Recognition & Learning II
10:50-11:20Recognition of An Auditory Environment: Investigating Room-Induced Influences on Immersive Experience
SungYoung Kim (Rochester Institute of Technology, USA)
11:20-11:50A Simple Body-Limb Coordination Rule Underlying Primitive Tetrapod Locomotion
Shura Suzuki (Tohoku University, Japan)
11:50-12:20Nontrivial Locomotion - from Nonlinear Control to Brainless Control
Masato Ishikawa (Osaka University, Japan)
12:20-12:30Closing remarks