This page contains a list of published research that has been developed through the summer school since its beginnings in 2014. Please contact us if you know of research that should be added to this list.
Kroger, B.J., Bekolay, T., & C. Eliasmith (2014) Modeling speech production using the neural engineering framework. In 5th IEEE Conference on Cognitive Infocommunications, pp. 203-208. PDF
Senft, V., Stewart, T., Bekolay, T., Eliasmith, C., & B.J. Kroger (2016) Reduction of dopamine in basal ganglia and its effects on syllable sequencing in speech: a computer simulation study. Basal Ganglia, 6.1, 7-17. PDF
Fried, K., Voelker A.R., Peer, A., & C. Eliasmith (2016). Human-inspired neurorobotic system for classifying surface textures by touch. Robotics and Automation Letters, 1.1, 516-523. PDF
Knight, J., Voelker, A.R., Mundy, A., Eliasmith, C., & S. Furber (2016). Efficient SpiNNaker simulation of a heteroassociative memory using the Neural Engineering Framework. Neural Networks (IJCNN), The 2016 International Joint Conference on , IEEE (Submission: N-16403).
Blouw, P., Eliasmith, C., & B. Tripp (2016). A Scaleable Spiking Neural Model of Action Planning. Proceedings of the 37th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Austin, TX: Cognitive Science Society.