Jamal Molin received his B.S. from University of Maryland, Baltimore County in 2011 as a Meyerhoff Scholar and then went on to receive his M.S.E. and Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering at Johns Hopkins University in 2015 and 2017, respectively. His research was in the field of neuromorphic engineering where he emulated systems on FPGA and designed neuromorphic ASICs for low SWaP visual processing. The objective was to design systems inspired by the human brain. He currently works at Northrop Grumman in the Advanced Electronics group where he continues to work on applied R&D projects related to neuromorphic and low SWaP imaging and processing.
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Enhancing Edge Processing: Imagers with In-pixel Processors
(5:05pm - 5:10pm)