tinyML Trailblazers Series on March 2, 2021 “tinyML Success Stories with Marian Verhelst”

We held our next tinyML Talks webcast. Marian Verhelst from Imec presented tinyML Success Stories with Marian Verhelst on March 2, 2022.

In addition to popular tinyML Talks (which are deeply technical in nature), we are excited to start new webcast series, tinyML Trailblazers, uncovering Success Stories in the tinyML World.
As tinyML continues its strong growth, there are more and more inspirational stories to be shared with the Community by its “movers & shakers”. These monthly LIVE and INTERACTIVE tinyML events will bring tinyML Masterminds, those who pioneer the field and make a significant impact, in an informal conversation/interview hosted by Dr. Chris Rowen, a renown Silicon Valley technologist and entrepreneur, and a tinyML innovator. They will share their stories of developing game changing tinyML technologies and innovations, applications, products and companies, as well as setting new research directions and revealing future vision.

Our next guest will be Marian Verhelst of Imec who is a tinyML board member, the ML topic chair of the ISSCC and DATE conferences and was the chair of the tinyML Summit 2021.

Marian Verhelst is a full professor at the EE Department of KU Leuven and a scientific director at Imec. Her research focusses on embedded machine learning, hardware accelerators, HW-algorithm co-design and low-power edge processing. Prof. Verhelst is a tinyML board member, the ML topic chair of the ISSCC and DATE conferences and was the chair of the tinyML summit 2021. She also highly values science communication, especially towards youngsters and girls.


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