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Information on running neuronal simulations on FPGAs

### Background

### Bluehive project

For more details, see here: http://www.opensourcebrain.org/projects/bluehive-showcase

### Si Elegans project

For more details, see here: http://www.si-elegans.eu/

### Other systems

[A Large-Scale Spiking Neural Network Accelerator for FPGA Systems Systems](http://www.async.org.uk/nerh2012/nerh2012_submission_2.pdf)

Kit Cheung, Simon R. Schultz, Wayne Luk, Imperial College London

[A Biologically Plausible Real-time Spiking Neuron Simulation Environment Based on a Multiple-FPGA Platform](http://dl.acm.org/ft_gateway.cfm?id=2082176&ftid=1071641&dwn=1&CFID=223379110&CFTOKEN=73391392)

Shufan Yang, TM McGinnity, University of Ulster

[An FPGA-based approach to high-speed simulation of conductance-based neuron models](http://link.springer.com/article/10.1385%2FNI%3A2%3A4%3A417)

E. L. Graas, E. A. Brown, Robert H. Lee, Emory University/Georgia Institute of Technology


Biophysically-Meaningful Modeling of Olivocerebellar Neurons](http://erasmusbrainproject.com/media/PDFresources/PublicationsBrainFrame/FPGA2014.pdf)
Neurons. (pdf file below)
Georgios Smaragdos, Sebastian Isaza, Martijn Van Eijk, Ioannis Sourdis and Christos Strydis