J. H. Lee, T. Delbruck, and M. Pfeiffer, “Training Deep Spiking Neural Networks using Backpropagation,” arXiv:1608.08782 [cs], Aug. 2016 [Online]. Available: http://arxiv.org/abs/1608.08782. [Accessed: 03-Sep-2017]
G. Gallego, J. E. A. Lund, E. Mueggler, H. Rebecq, T. Delbruck, and D. Scaramuzza, “Event-based, 6-DOF Camera Tracking for High-Speed Applications,” arXiv:1607.03468 [cs], Jul. 2016 [Online]. Available: http://arxiv.org/abs/1607.03468. [Accessed: 13-Jul-2016]
D. P. Moeys, F. Corradi, E. Kerr, P. Vance, G. Das, D. Neil, D. Kerr, and T. Delbruck, “Steering a Predator Robot using a Mixed Frame/Event-Driven Convolutional Neural Network,” arXiv:1606.09433 [cs], Jun. 2016 [Online]. Available: http://arxiv.org/abs/1606.09433. [Accessed: 03-Sep-2017]
M. Liu and T. Delbruck, “Block-Matching Optical Flow for Dynamic Vision Sensor- Algorithm and FPGA Implementation,” arXiv:1706.05415 [cs], Jun. 2017 [Online]. Available: http://arxiv.org/abs/1706.05415. [Accessed: 03-Sep-2017]
Neuromorphic Sensory Systems, (2010), S.C. Liu, T. Delbruck, Current Opinions in Neurobiology, 20:1-8, themed issue on Sensory Systems, edited by Kevan Martin and Kristin Scott. DOI 10.1016/j.conb.2010.03.007.
T. Delbruck, Frame-free dynamic digital vision, Proceedings of Intl. Symposium on Secure-Life Electronics, Advanced Electronics for Quality Life and Society, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan, Mar. 6-7, 2008, pp. 21-26. Introduces the software architecture of jAER and shows examples of several event-based processing algorithms.
“Live Demonstration: The ‘DAVIS’ Dynamic and Active-Pixel Vision Sensor,” C. Brandli, M. Yang, S.-C. Liu, V. Villeneuva, and T. Delbruck, in Proc. 2014 Intl. Symp. Circuits and Systems (ISCAS 2014), Melbourne, Australia, 2014.
Event-based color change pixel in standard CMOS, R. Berner and T. Delbruck, in ISCAS 2010, Paris, pp. 349-352. Overall Best Student Paper Award, ISCAS 2010 and also Best paper award from Sensory Systems Technical Committee. In top ranked papers, ISCAS 2010; invited for special issue of TCAS.
Implementation of a time-warping AER mapper, A. Linares-Barranco, F.Gomez-Rodriguez, G. Jimenez, T. Delbruck, R.Berner, S-C Liu, Proceedings of IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, May, 2009, pp. 2886 - 2889.
Bias current generators with wide dynamic range, (2004) T. Delbruck, A. van Schaik, 2004 International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS 2004), Vancouver, Canada, May 23-25 2004 pp. I-337-340 (see bias generator pages). In top ten rated ISCAS 2004 papers, invited paper for special issue of Analog Integrated Circuits and Signal Processing.
Ada: a playful interactive space (2003) T. Delbrück, K. Eng, A. Bäbler, U. Bernardet, M. Blanchard, A. Briska, M. Costa, R. Douglas, K. Hepp, D. Klein, J. Manzolli, M. Mintz, F. Roth, U. Rutishauser, K. Wassermann, A. Wittmann, A.M. Whatley, R. Wyss and P.F.M.J. VerschureInteract 2003, Ninth IFIP TC13 International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction INTERACT'03, Sept 1-5, Zurich, Switzerland. pp 989-992. (associated video as Windows Media Format - you may need to use Windows Internet Explorer to launch a viewer instead of Mozilla). (see Floor page)
Ada - Intelligent Space: An artificial creature for the Swiss Expo.02, Eng, K, Baebler, A, Bernardet, U, Blanchard, M, Costa, M, Delbruck, T, Douglas, R J, Hepp, K, Klein, D, Manzolli, J, Mintz, M, Roth, F, Rutishauser, U, Wassermann, K, Whatley, A M, Wittmann, A, Wyss, R, and Verschure, P F M J (2003). Proceedings of the 2003 IEEE International Conference on Robotics, Automation (ICRA 2003), May 2003 (1808-1813) (see Floor page)
Ada: Constructing a Synthetic Organism, (2002) Eng, K, Baebler, A, Bernadet, U, Blanchard, M, Briska, A, Conradt, J, Costa, M, Delbruck, T, Douglas, R, Hepp, K, Klein, D, Manzolli, J, Mintz, M, Netter, T, Roth, F, Rutishauser, U, Wassermann, K, Whatley, A, Wittmann, A, Wyss, R, and Verschure, P (2002). Proceedings of the 2002 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems, Lausanne, Switzerland.(see Floor page)
Ada: Buildings as Organisms, Eng, K, Baebler, A, Bernadet, U, Blanchard, M, Briska, A, Costa, M, Delbruck, T, Douglas, R, Hepp, K, Klein, D, Manzolli, J, Mintz, M, Netter, T, Roth, F, Wassermann, K, Whatley, A, Wittmann, A, and Verschure, P (2001). Game, Set and Match (Proceedings), Faculty of Architecture, TU Delft, Holland.
Silicon retina for autofocus, T. Delbrück. (2000) Invited session on Bio-inspired Microelectronics, ISCAS 2000, May 27-31, 2000, Geneva, Switzerland, pp. IV-393-396.
2009: Computing spike-based convolutions on GPUs, in Live Demonstration of Circuits and Systems at IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS 2009).
2009: Pencil balancing robot that uses spike-based vision sensor, in Live Demonstration of Circuits and Systems at IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS 2009).
2008: Pencil balancing robot that uses spike-based vision sensor, in Live Demonstration Session at Neural Information Processing Systems 2008 (NIPS 2008). See this youtube video of the pencil balancer.
2007: Self-timed vertacolor dichromatic vision sensor for low power face detection, in Live Demonstration of Circuits and Systems at IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS 2007).
2006: A 128×128 120dB 30mW Asynchronous Vision Sensor that Responds to Relative Intensity Change, in Special Session for Live Demonstrations of Circuits and Systems, IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS) 2006, Kos, Greece, Winner, Sensory Systems Technical Committee, Best Demonstration
2005 Transient Silicon Retina, Demonstrations Session, NIPS 2005, December, Vancouver
2002: The Physiologist's Friend Chip, Demonstrations Session, NIPS 2002, December, Vancouver
Dynamic aspects of receptive field organization in area V1 of the macaque monkey, (1992) J.M. Fox, D.C. Van Essen, T. Delbrück, J. Gallant, C. Anderson. appears in Analysis and Modeling of Neural Systems (proceedings of the 1989 Conference on Analysis and Modeling of Neural Systems, held July 25-27 in Berkeley, California. Frank H. Eeckman, (ed.) Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 177-187.
Notes on practical photometry (pdf), written based on work in the Pulsed-Bipolar imager project carried out at Synaptics, Foveon and National Semiconductor around 1997. Provides magic formula relating chip illumination to scene illumination These notes also explain photometry units: nits, candela, lumens, lux, and they relate incident illumination to luminance of a surface.
These are some hard-to-find publications that are still useful
Misha Mahowald, VLSI Analogs of Neuronal Visual Processing: A Synthesis of Form and Function, PhD thesis, Caltech, 1992. She won the Caltech's Clauser prize for the best PhD thesis for this work, which included the silicon retina, AER communication, and a beautiful stereopsis chip. Later published in reworked form as an overpriced but very well-written Kluwer book retitled as An Analog VLSI System for Stereoscopic Vision. Still expensive at Amazon.
*C. Mead (1990) Neuromorphic Electronic Systems, Proceedings of the IEEE, vol 78, No 10, pp 1629-1636
Carver Mead's summary paper on the rationale and state of the art in 1990 for neuromorphic electronics.