CNEL Alumnus: Bryan Davis


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About Me

I am 2nd year Ph.D. student under Dr. Principe.
 
My Research Interests

I started working for CNEL in January 2002. I am currently working on neural architectures using novel molecular devices, and learning using spiking neural networks. I am also interested in the theory of and use of probabilistic deviecs to perform computation.
 
Research Goals

1) Implement, Test and Understand the CSIM spiking neural network simulator running in our lab. 2) Analyze the data from the brain-slices and see if we can simulate the brain-slice behavior using the simulator. 3) Develop a framework along with back-end learning algorithms that can utilize the brain-slice or the LSM front-end to perform useful navigation tasks in real-time on a mobile platform.
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CNEL Papers
Journal Papers
1B. Davis, J. Principe, J. Fortes, "Design and Performance Analysis of Nanoscale Content-Addressable Memories (NanoCAMs)," Trans. Nanotechnology. (Submitted)
 
Conference Papers
1Bryan Davis, Deniz Erdogmus, Yadunandana Rao, Jose Principe, "Supervised Synaptic Weight Adaptation for a Spiking Neuron," Neural Information Processing Systems.(Submitted)
2Bryan Davis, Deniz Erdogmus, Yadunandana N. Rao, Jose C. Principe, "Supervised Synaptic Weight Adaptation for a Spiking Neuron," Intl. Joint Conf. on Neural Networks.(Accepted) (author PDF)
3Mustafa C. Ozturk, Jose C. Principe, Bryan Davis, Deniz Erdogmus, "Simulation of the Freeman Model of the Olfactory Cortex:A Quantitative Performance Analysis for the DSP Approach," Intl. Joint Conf. on Neural Networks.(Accepted) (author PDF)
4B. Davis, J. Principe, J. Fortes, "Design and performance Analysis of Nanoscale Content-Addressable Memories", IEEE Conference on Nanotechnology, pp. 1-4, Aug. 2004 (author PDF)
 

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