Prof. Priya Panda is co-organizing a workshop on ‘Systems and Architectures for Robust and Safe AI’ at ASPLOS, 2021.
Tamar Geller, an undergraduate researcher, in Intelligent Computing Lab wins the 2021 Adobe Research Women-in-Technology Scholarship. Congratulations!!!
Two papers from our group -1) Efficiency-driven Hardware Optimization for Adversarially Robust Neural Networks, 2) Activation Density based Mixed-Precision Quantization for...
Prof. Panda gives a talk on Energy-Efficient, Robust and Interpretable Neuromorphic Computing through Algorithm-Hardware Co-Design at the Efficient AI Seminar at Rutgers...
Prof. Panda gives a keynote on Towards Robust and Energy-Efficient Spike Based Machine Intelligence at the BrainStorms Festival.
Prof. Panda joins the panel for Solving the Challenges of Deep Learning on Neuromorphic Hardware at the INRC Winter Workshop
Prof. Panda joins DARPA, SRC- sponsored Center for Brain-inspired Computing (C-BRIC)