We are soliciting proposals for tutorials within the NEUROTECH educational programme. These tutorials will cover an aspect of active research in Neuromorphic Technology, with the aim of enabling a non-expert audience to get started on it.
Tutorials will be held online via zoom, should be about 45 minutes in length, followed by a discussion session.
Presenters will benefit from the high visibility of the tutorial sessions within the NEUROTECH programme, and from the wider dissemination of their research methods and potential impact generated by other researchers.
Tutorials could be given by experienced researchers or by emerging leaders who seek to disseminate their research methods to a wider audience.
There are five slots available. Tutorials will be selected by the consortium on the basis of the educational substance, timeliness of the topic, and expected benefit of the neuromorphic technology research community.
Proposals should not exceed half a page (about 2000 characters) in length. There is no requirement of form. Proposals will be evaluated on clarity, timeliness of the topic, and the expected benefit of the NEUROTECH audience. Junior contributors who have yet to establish a wide visibility within the neuromorphic community are encouraged to attach a track record of creating educational resources or presentations to a broader audience.
Send your proposal by 7.3.2022 to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject "Proposal for NEUROTECH Educational Tutorial".
The NEUROTECH project is committed to community building around Neuromorphic Technology. The educational programme is an essential pillar of our activity. Last year we have built a strong educational programme around a series of talks by leaders in the field.