Miguel C. Soriano

Miguel Cornelles Soriano
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Miguel C. Soriano (Miguel Cornelles Soriano) holds a "Ramón y Cajal" research position at the Instituto de Física Interdisciplinar y Sistemas Complejos (IFISC). His research line covers the topics of information processing based on reservoir computing and nonlinear dynamics. His main research interests also include the experimental and numerical study of semiconductor lasers subject to delayed-coupling and the synchronization of chaotic oscillators.

Recent Publications

Comparison of photonic reservoir computing systems for fiber transmission equalization

Argyris, A.; Cantero, J.; Galletero, M.; Pereda, E.; Mirasso, C. R.; Fischer, I.; Soriano, M. C.
IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics 26, 5100309 (2020)

Unraveling the decay of the number of unobserved ordinal patterns in noisy chaotic dynamics

Olivares, Felipe; Zunino, Luciano; Soriano, Miguel C.; Pérez, Darío G.
Physical Review E 10, 042215 (1-8) (2019)

Constructive Role of Noise for High-Quality Replication of Chaotic Attractor Dynamics Using a Hardware-Based Reservoir Computer

Estébanez, Irene; Fischer, Ingo; Soriano, Miguel C.
Physical Review Applied 12, 034058 (2019)

Multilayer reservoir computing to overcome the memory-nonlinearity trade-off

Jaume Suárez, Samuel (Supervisor: Miguel C. Soriano)
Master Thesis (2019)

Constructive role of plasticity rules in reservoir computing

Barrios, Guillermo (Supervisors: Miguel C. Soriano, Claudio Mirasso)
Master Thesis (2019)

Ongoing Research projects

IDEA

Improving data DEcoding in optical communication networks All-optically using neuro-inspired photonic systems

P.I.: Miguel C. Soriano, Ingo Fischer, Claudio Mirasso
Novel technologies related to optical communications, sensing, the Internet of Things (IoT) and artificial intelligence have been generating unique opportunities and potential to enhance our quality-of-life, and to provide new services for ...

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