lab

Neurocomputing

Lab Members

Christos Strydis
Dr. Ir. Christos Strydis (C)
Associate Professor
Lab Head
Mario Negrello
Dr. Mario Negrello
Assistant Professor
Muhammad Ali Siddiqi
Muhammad Ali Siddiqi
Postdoctoral Fellow
Harry Sidiropoulos
Dr. Harry Sidiropoulos
Postdoctoral Fellow
River Betting
River Betting
Phd Student
Stefan Lip
Ir. Stefan Lip
Phd Student
Lennart Landsmeer
Lennart Landsmeer
Phd Student
Daniel Offerhaus
Daniel Offerhaus
Master Student
Job Kleij van der
Job Kleij van der
Master Student
Max Suurland
Max Suurland
Master Student
Bleeker Arnoud
Bleeker Arnoud
Master Student
Ricardo Battistig
Ricardo Battistig
Master Student
Cansu Kucuksozen
Cansu Kucuksozen
Master Student
Justin Priest
Justin Priest
Master Student
Jaume Abad I Villa
Jaume Abad I Villa
Master Student
Max Engelen
Max Engelen
Research Technician
Rene Miedema
Ir Rene Miedema
Scientific Researcher
Florescu Stefanos
Florescu Stefanos
Research Technician
Georgios Smaragdos
Dr.Ir. Georgios Smaragdos
Research Technician

Selected Publications

Functional Ultrasound (fUS) During Awake Brain Surgery: The Clinical Potential of Intra-Operative Functional and Vascular Brain Mapping

Soloukey Sadaf, Vincent Arnaud J. P. E., Satoer Djaina D., Mastik Frits, Smits Marion, Dirven Clemens M. F., Strydis Christos, Bosch Johannes G., van der Steen Antonius F. W., De Zeeuw Chris I., Koekkoek Sebastiaan K. E., Kruizinga Pieter
in Frontiers in Neuroscience 2020

Quasiperiodic rhythms of the inferior olive.

Negrello M, Warnaar P, Romano V, Owens CB, Lindeman S, Iavarone E, Spanke JK, Bosman LWJ, De Zeeuw CI
in PLoS computational biology 2019

Exploring Complex Brain-Simulation Workloads on Multi-GPU Deployments

in ACM Transactions on Architecture and Code Optimization (TACO) 2019

Attacks on Heartbeat-Based Security Using Remote Photoplethysmography.

Robert Mark Seepers, Wenjin Wang, Gerard de Haan, Ioannis Sourdis, Christos Strydis
in IEEE J. Biomedical and Health Informatics 2018

BrainFrame: a node-level heterogeneous accelerator platform for neuron simulations.

Smaragdos G, Chatzikonstantis G, Kukreja R, Sidiropoulos H, Rodopoulos D, Sourdis I, Al-Ars Z, Kachris C, Soudris D, De Zeeuw CI, Strydis C
in Journal of neural engineering 2017

Recent Publications

Four-dimensional computational ultrasound imaging of brain hemodynamics.

ExaFlexHH: an exascale-ready, flexible multi-FPGA library for biologically plausible brain simulations.

in Frontiers in neuroinformatics 2024

Tricking AI chips into simulating the human brain: A detailed performance analysis

Landsmeer L, Engelen M, Miedema R, Strydis C
in Neurocomputing 2024

SDK4ED: a platform for building energy efficient, dependable, and maintainable embedded software.

Miltiadis G. Siavvas, Dimitrios Tsoukalas, Charalambos Marantos, Lazaros Papadopoulos, Christos P. Lamprakos, Oliviu Matei, Christos Strydis, Muhammad Ali Siddiqi, Philippe Chrobocinski, Katarzyna Filus, Joanna Domanska, Paris Avgeriou, Apostolos Ampatzoglou, Dimitrios Soudris, Alexander Chatzigeorgiou, Erol Gelenbe, Dionisis D. Kehagias, Dimitrios Tzovaras
in Autom. Softw. Eng. 2024

Purkinje cell models: past, present and future

in Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience 2024

Oikonomos: An Opportunistic, Deep-Learning, Resource-Recommendation System for Cloud HPC.

Oikonomos-II: A Reinforcement-Learning, Resource-Recommendation System for Cloud HPC.

Memristor-Based Lightweight Encryption.

Muhammad Ali Siddiqi, Jan Andrés Galvan Hernández, Anteneh Gebreziorgis, Rajendra Bishnoi, Christos Strydis, Said Hamdioui, Mottaqiallah Taouil
in 2023

How inhibitory and excitatory inputs gate output of the inferior olive.

Loyola S, Hoogland TM, Hoedemaker H, Romano V, Negrello M, De Zeeuw CI
in eLife 2023

EDEN: A High-Performance, General-Purpose, NeuroML-Based Neural Simulator.

in Frontiers in neuroinformatics 2022

Improving the Security of the IEEE 802.15.6 Standard for Medical BANs.

Muhammad Ali Siddiqi, Georg Hahn, Said Hamdioui, Wouter A. Serdijn, Christos Strydis
in IEEE Access 2022

Purkinje Cell Activity Resonation Generates Rhythmic Behaviors at the Preferred Frequency of 8 Hz.

A custom interconnection multi-FPGA framework for distributed processing applications.

Carlos Salazar-García, Alfonso Chacón-Rodríguez, Renato Rimolo-Donadio, Ronny García-Ramírez, David Solórzano-Pacheco, Jeferson González-Gómez, Christos Strydis
in 2022

Zero-Power Defense Done Right - Shielding IMDs from Battery-Depletion Attacks.

in J. Signal Process. Syst. 2021

Adding Security to Implantable Medical Devices - Can We Afford It?

Muhammad Ali Siddiqi, Angeliki-Agathi Tsintzira, Georgios Digkas, Miltiadis G. Siavvas, Christos Strydis
in 2021
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Alumni

# Name Job Description Current Position
1 Muhammad Ali Siddiqi PhD student PostDoc - TU Delft
2 Petros Arvanitis MSc student Research Technician - NTUA Greece
3 Paul Bakker MSc student -
4 Georg Hahn MSc student -
5 Athanasios Karapatis MSc student Embedded Engineer - Hiber
6 Corniël Joosse MSc student Embedded Systems Engineer - Abel Sensors
7 Ma Yang MSc student Xiaomi - China
8 Mado Ntekouli MSc student PhD candidate
9 Robert Seepers PhD student Security architect - TNO
10 Vasileios Skrekas MSc student Hardware Engineer - Tiler
11 Michiel van der Vlag MSc student Research scientist - Forschungszentrum Jülich
12 David Veselka MSc student -
13 Georgios Chatzikonstantis PhD student SpaceHellas

Vacancies

(MSc thesis topic) Implementation of Artificial Cerebellum on Cloud multi-FPGA setup [Theme: BrainFrame]

NeuroComputing Lab · Netherlands

Over the last decade, an increasing amount of effort has been spent on constructing and, then, simulating powerful brain models that can greatly help in unraveling the mysteries of the human brain (see for instance the EU flagship Human Brain Project). Whereas these models are powerful and constantly come closer to...

  • Full Time
  • DATE POSTED: 17 Dec 2020

(MSc thesis topic) Performance and Algorithmic Optimization of a Novel Simulator for Spiking Neural Networks [Theme: BrainFrame]

Neurocomputing Lab · Netherlands

One of the most difficult challenges in Computational Neuroscience is to find adequate mathematical tools to simulate detailed biophysical models of neuronal networks accurately and fast. The computational demands of such simulations are huge and more so when we consider the problem size: thousands to millions of neuro...

  • Full Time
  • DATE POSTED: 08 Dec 2020

(MSc thesis topic) Exploration and Acceleration of Novel Mathematical Tools for Simulation of Spiking Neural Networks [Theme: BrainFrame]

Neurocomputing Lab · Netherlands

One of the most difficult challenges in Computational Neuroscience is to find adequate mathematical tools to simulate detailed biophysical models of neuronal networks accurately and fast. The computational demands of such simulations are huge and more so when we consider the problem size: thousands to millions of neuro...

  • Full Time
  • DATE POSTED: 08 Dec 2020