We enable students of all backgrounds to discover the intersection of engineering and neuroscience by developing a brain-computer interface, an EEG device, and brain-inspired software and hardware.
Our interdisciplinary and diverse team of 37 students brings together engineering, medical, social studies and science students from 22 nationalities.
From November 6th to 9th, we at neuroTUM, in collaboration with Fortiss Neuromorphic Labs and Intel, hosted a neuromorphic hackathon. Here, we delved deep into the exciting world of neuromorphic computing, using the teachings of our own complex neural system to solve problems, that require energy efficiency, continual learning, and pattern recognition. In this article we take a closer look at the projects that emerged.
Virtual environments are a way to test ideas and implementations thoroughly before putting them into the real world. In this article we explore how we do it inside neuroTUM and how the Cybathlon committee uses virtual environments as the venue for the BCI competition.
TUM is where remarkable things happen! From world records for electric vehicles to pioneering startups and empowering girls in coding, student initiatives are making a splash! At the recent Student Initiatives Night, we shared ideas and tackled common challenges together. We at NeuroTUM are working on Brain-Computer Interface technology, expanding into neuromorphic computing and electronics, and we want you to join us! Don’t miss the application window from October 25th to November 1st.