Joy Bose


 

Joy Bose

Research Student

Hi and welcome to my home page.

I graduated in 2007 with a Ph.D in the APT research group at the Department of Computer Science in the University of Manchester, UK. My supervisors were Steve Furber and Jon Shapiro. Magnus Rattray was my advisor. 

During my Phd I was working as part of a project to build hardware and software models of scalable neural network architectures and investigate their properties and potential applications. I am involved mainly with the software aspects of the same.  The aim of my PhD research is to understand how reliable systems can be built out of unreliable spiking neural components, by taking the example of sequence learning.

Other researchers in my project are Mike Cumpstey, Basabdutta Sen and Hamed Shihidipour.

To know more about me or my work, browse through the links on your left.

I graduated with my PhD finaly on 11 December 2007. You can see a few graduation photos here

 


Last updated: May 2011