Welcome

This is the homepage of the sensors research group at the Institute of Neuroinformatics in Zurich. We, the groups of Tobi Delbruck and Shih-Chii Liu, develop neuromorphic and bio-inspired vision and auditory sensors; and event-driven algorithms and hardware.

News

ADMDVS paper accepted at IEEE JSSC

The paper is titled 'A Dynamic Vision Sensor with 1% Temporal Contrast Sensitivity and In-Pixel Asynchronous Delta Modulator for Event Encoding', and is scheduled to be published on IEEE Journal of Solid-State no. 9 issue 50. Read more …

New student projects available

We have new positions, student projects, and collaborations. Have a look! Read more …

Sensor Group Spin-Off "Insightness" Starts Successfully

The Sensors Group Spin-Off Insightness starts successfully and wins venture kick 2 and becomes CEO Day pitching battle finalist. Read more …

DAVIS paper published in JSSC

The paper on our latest sensor, the dynamic and active pixel vision sensor (DAVIS) has been published in the October issue of the IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits. Read more …

Paper on Pulsed Laser Line Extraction for Terrain Reconstruction accepted

Our paper on "Adaptive Pulsed Laser Line Extraction for Terrain Reconstruction using a Dynamic Vision Sensor" was accepted in the Frontiers in Neuromorphic Engineerings research topic "Neuromorphic Engineering Systems and Applications". Read more …

The DVS in MIT Tech Review

MIT Technology Review
The dynamic vision sensor was portrayed in the MIT Technology Review. Read more …

Paper accepted at VLSI Symposium

IEEE VLSI Symposium is a renowned international conference focused on solid-state devices and circuits. This year will be held in June, Kyoto, Japan. Read more …

jAER relocated

jAER has been upgraded to the new Allura sourceforge platform. The biggest implication is that the old svn repository is read-only now and developers need to relocate their working copy to the new URL which is now:
https://svn.code.sf.net/p/jaer/code/trunk
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Paper accepted at IISW

Our paper about our new apsDVS vision sensor has been accepted at the International Image Sensor Workshop (IISW). Read more …