NICE 2025

NICE 2025 will take place at Heidelberg University, Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics, EINC Building, Im Neuenheimer Feld 225a, in D-69120 Heidelberg, Germany: venue info and map.

Conference dates (preliminary – please do not book your travel yet)

  • Monday, 24 March 2025: satellite events day
  • Tuesday, 25 – 27 March 2025: NICE conference days
  • Friday, 28 March 2025: Tutorials day

Important dates

    • Paper, abstract, and tutorial submissions due: 28 October 2024
    • Acceptance decision notifications sent by 6 December 2024
    • Early-bird registration until: 31 December 2024
    • Late Breaking News Abstracts Due: 1 February 2025
    • Late Breaking News Abstracts Decision Notification: 3 March 2025
    • Registration for online listen-in possible until 24 March 2025
    • NICE Satellite event day: 24 March 2025
    • NICE Conference: 25- 27 March 2025
    • NICE Tutorials day: 28 March 2025

Conference List of Topics

Listed below are the topics for the conference, together with a non-exhaustive list of relevant sub-topics. During submission, please indicate which of the following topics your paper impacts:

  • Architectures and Hardware 
    • Neuromorphic Hardware
    • Analog/Mixed-Signal and Beyond-CMOS Hardware
    • Compute-In-Memory Architectures
    • Next-Generation Architectures
  • Computational and Systems Neuroscience
    • Neural circuits: Theory and Experimental Support
    • Local learning and Plasticity
    • Connectomics
  • Neural Algorithms and Machine Learning
    • Neuroscience-Inspired Algorithms
    • Resource-Constrained and/or Hardware-Aware Artificial Neural Networks
    • Spiking Neural Networks
  • Neuromorphic Computing Applications
    • Emerging Applications
    • Robotics and Automation
    • High-Performance Computing
    • Edge Computing
    • Biosignal Processing and Brain-Computer Interfaces
  • Bio-Inspired Sensing
    • Event-Driven Sensing
    • Novel Neuromorphic Sensors
    • Efficient Spike-Based Information Coding and Processing
  • Algorithms and Software Frameworks for Neuromorphic Computing
    • Tools and Programming/Mapping Frameworks
    • Benchmarks, Neuromorphic Datasets
    • Theoretical Frameworks and Models for Neuromorphic Engineering
    • Memory-efficient Spike-Based Simulators

EINC – European Institute for Neuromorphic Computing Building

Im Neuenheimer Feld 225a, D-69120 Heidelberg, Germany
Venue page and the building location in open streetmap.

Heidelberg, Germany

Heidelberg (Germany) offers also an attractive old-town with the famous Heidelberg castle to visit.