CNEL Alumnus: Thomas Holz

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About Me

I am a Masters student, working on the SiCortex project for Dr. Harris.
My Research Interests

Currently I’m researching spiking neural networks loosely based on the Freeman model. In the past I’ve worked on time-domain CMOS imagers (which can achieve very high dynamic ranges). I have also worked on reversible computing and adiabatic digital circuits.

CNEL Papers
Conference Papers
1Thomas A. Holz, John G. Harris, "Towards a spiking VLSI implementation of Freeman's olfactory model," IEEE Intl. Conf. on Electronics, Circuits and Systems.(Submitted)
2Thomas A. Holz, John G. Harris, "An integrate and fire pixel with contrast outputs for a CMOS imager", IASTED International Conference on Circuits, Signals, and Systems, pp. -, Feb. 2003 (author PDF)

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