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Ir. Emmanuel J.C. Gooskens  (Doctoral Researcher)

This person is working in this group since 2018.
Affiliation: Ghent University - IMEC
Department of Information Technology
Address: Technologiepark-Zwijnaarde 126
9052 Gent
Belgium
Office: iGent, Office 130.008
E-mail: emmanuel.gooskens@ugent.be
Research Area: Photonic Reservoir Computing
Promotors: Peter Bienstman and DAMBRE, Joni
EmmanuelGooskens
Emmanuel Gooskens was born in 1995. In 2018 he obtained a European Master of Science in Photonics at Ghent University. He started a PhD on photonic reservoir computing in the photonics research group of Ghent University-IMEC.

Specific Research Topics

Publications (5)

    International Journals

  1. A. Lugnan, E.J.C. Gooskens, J. Vatin, J. Dambre, P. Bienstman, Machine learning issues and opportunities in ultrafast particle classification for label‑free microflow cytometry, Scientific Reports, 10(1), p.1-13 doi:10.1038/s41598-020-77765-w (2020)  Download this Publication (2MB).
  2. A. Lugnan, A. Katumba, F. Laporte, M. Freiberger, S. Sackesyn, C. Ma, E.J.C. Gooskens, J. Dambre, P. Bienstman, Photonic neuromorphic information processing and reservoir computing, APL Photonics (invited), 5, p.020901 doi:10.1063/1.5129762 (2020)  Download this Publication (2.9MB).
      International Conferences

    1. F. Laporte, A. Katumba, M. Freiberger, A. Lugnan, S. Sackesyn, C. Ma, E.J.C. Gooskens, J. Dambre, P. Bienstman, Photonic Reservoir Computing, Photonic Integration Week (invited), Spain, (2020).
    2. P. Bienstman, J. Dambre, A. Katumba, M. Freiberger, F. Laporte, A. Lugnan, S. Sackesyn, C. Ma, E.J.C. Gooskens, Non-linear signal equalisation using silicon photonic reservoir computing, ECOC machine learning workshop (invited), Ireland, (2019).
    3. P. Bienstman, J. Dambre, A. Katumba, M. Freiberger, F. Laporte, A. Lugnan, S. Sackesyn, C. Ma, E.J.C. Gooskens, Silicon photonics reservoir computing at 32 Gbit/s, 5th Workshop on Dynamical Systems and Brain-Inspired Information Processing (invited), Germany, (2019).
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