PhD Thesis subject:
Theory, numerics, and optimisation for photonic neuromorphic computing
Starting date: October 2013
Co-advisors: Maxime Jacquot, Daniel Brunner, Yanne Chembo
Bogdan's thesis is exploring both fundamental (numerical investigation of chimera states) and applied aspects (digital programming on FPGA electronic boards of Reservoir Computing processing concepts) of delay dynamical systems, in the framework of their application to neuromorphic computing (delay Reservoir Computing).
Caption: Experimental record of the first discovery of chimera states in delay dynamical systems