Simon Narduzzi

Simon Narduzzi

Simon Narduzzi is a Ph.D. candidate and researcher at the forefront of neuromorphic computing and edge AI, dedicated to exploring the intricacies of artificial and biological neural networks. His aim is to devise algorithms that boost the capability of smart embedded systems based on principles from neuroscience, while aiming for the overarching objective of leveraging technology for the greater good of society.

Simon earned his Bachelor’s degree in 2016 and Master’s degree in 2019 from the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), combined with a Minor in Computational Neurosciences. He is now advancing toward his Ph.D. at ETH Zürich, and is the author of several book chapters and papers presented at renowned technology conferences.

Simon is a founding member of the Swiss chapter of the TinyML Foundation and is engaged in pivotal European projects, emphasizing in making machine learning technology more accessible for edge computing His commitment to building partnerships and engaging in strategic initiatives is directed towards shaping a future that prioritizes sustainability and human-centric technologies.

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