Silvia Tolu
Silvia Tolu
Associate Professor
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2022 roadmap on neuromorphic computing and engineering
DV Christensen, R Dittmann, B Linares-Barranco, A Sebastian, ...
Neuromorphic Computing and Engineering 2 (2), 022501, 2022
Adaptive cerebellar spiking model embedded in the control loop: Context switching and robustness against noise
NR Luque, JA Garrido, RR Carrillo, S Tolu, E Ros
International journal of neural systems 21 (05), 385-401, 2011
Oscillation-driven spike-timing dependent plasticity allows multiple overlapping pattern recognition in inhibitory interneuron networks
JA Garrido, NR Luque, S Tolu, E D’Angelo
International journal of neural systems 26 (05), 1650020, 2016
Bio-inspired adaptive feedback error learning architecture for motor control
S Tolu, M Vanegas, NR Luque, JA Garrido, E Ros
Biological cybernetics 106, 507-522, 2012
Adaptive and predictive control of a simulated robot arm
S Tolu, M Vanegas, JA Garrido, NR Luque, E Ros
International journal of neural systems 23 (03), 1350010, 2013
Event-driven simulation of cerebellar granule cells
RR Carrillo, E Ros, S Tolu, T Nieus, E D’Angelo
Biosystems 94 (1-2), 10-17, 2008
Combining evolutionary and adaptive control strategies for quadruped robotic locomotion
E Massi, L Vannucci, U Albanese, MC Capolei, A Vandesompele, ...
Frontiers in Neurorobotics 13, 71, 2019
A Cerebellum-Inspired Learning Approach for Adaptive and Anticipatory Control
S Tolu, MC Capolei, L Vannucci, C Laschi, E Falotico, M Vanegas
International Journal of Neural Systems DOI:10.1142/s012906571950028x, 2019
A Cerebellar Internal Models Control Architecture for Online Sensorimotor Adaptation of a Humanoid Robot Acting in a Dynamic Environment
MC Capolei, NA Andersen, HH Lund, E Falotico, S Tolu
IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters 10.1109/LRA.2019.2943818 5 (1), 80-87, 2019
A biomimetic control method increases the adaptability of a humanoid robot acting in a dynamic environment
MC Capolei, E Angelidis, E Falotico, HH Lund, S Tolu
Frontiers in neurorobotics 13, 70, 2019
A comprehensive gaze stabilization controller based on cerebellar internal models
L Vannucci, E Falotico, S Tolu, V Cacucciolo, P Dario, HH Lund, C Laschi
Bioinspiration & biomimetics 12 (6), 065001, 2017
Adaptive gaze stabilization through cerebellar internal models in a humanoid robot
L Vannucci, S Tolu, E Falotico, P Dario, HH Lund, C Laschi
2016 6th IEEE International Conference on Biomedical Robotics and …, 2016
A scalable neuro-inspired robot controller integrating a machine learning algorithm and a spiking cerebellar-like network
I Baira Ojeda, S Tolu, HH Lund
Biomimetic and Biohybrid Systems: 6th International Conference, Living …, 2017
Differential mapping spiking neural network for sensor-based robot control
O Zahra, S Tolu, D Navarro-Alarcon
Bioinspiration & Biomimetics 16 (3), 036008, 2021
Eye-head stabilization mechanism for a humanoid robot tested on human inertial data
L Vannucci, E Falotico, S Tolu, P Dario, HH Lund, C Laschi
Biomimetic and Biohybrid Systems: 5th International Conference, Living …, 2016
A Neurorobotic Embodiment for Exploring the Dynamical Interactions of a Spiking Cerebellar Model and a Robot Arm During Vision-Based Manipulation Tasks
O Zahra, D Navarro-Alarcon, S Tolu
International Journal of Neural Systems 32 (2022), 2150028 (19), 2021
Integration of paired spiking cerebellar models for voluntary movement adaptation in a closed-loop neuro-robotic experiment. A simulation study
C Corchado, A Antonietti, MC Capolei, C Casellato, S Tolu
2019 IEEE International Conference on Cyborg and Bionic Systems, 110-115, 2019
RetinaNet Object Detector based on Analog-to-Spiking Neural Network Conversion
JR Miquel, S Tolu, FET Schöller, R Galeazzi
2021 8th International Conference on Soft Computing & Machine Intelligence …, 2021
Neuromorphic Comput
DV Christensen, R Dittmann, B Linares-Barranco, A Sebastian, ...
Eng 2 (1), 0-31, 2022
A bio-inspired mechanism for learning robot motion from mirrored human demonstrations
O Zahra, S Tolu, P Zhou, A Duan, D Navarro-Alarcon
Frontiers in Neurorobotics 16, 2022
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