UCL Department of Science, Technology, Engineering and Public Policy


Workshop report: Future computing technologies: the role for neuromorphic computing

This roundtable brought together 15 participants from UCL, Government, Parliament, professional institutions and not-for-profit organisations to consider the UK's technologic future.

The roundtable, held on 5 December 2019, focused on the role that new types of computing hardware, specifically neuromorphic computing, could play in a world where new technologies that could use the physical, digital and biological worlds are increasingly the norm. 

Roundtable on Future computing technologies

Download the workshop report [PDF]

Accessible version of the report 


The roundtable was funded through UCL Public Policy's 'Policy dialogues' scheme.  The research is funded by EPSRC, EPSRC, the Royal Academy of Engineering and the Leverhulme trust.

Lead researchers

Professor Tony Kenyon and Dr Adnan Mehonic (UCL Electronic and Electrical Engineering)

Output type

Workshop report

PIU lead

Florence Greatrix