Irene Estébanez

Irene Estébanez Santos
Perfil

Oviedo (Asturias) 1994. 

Bachelor's degree in Physics and Mathematics in the University of Oviedo (2017). 

Master in Physics of Complex Systems (2018) in IFISC (Mallorca). 

Currently a Physics Ph.D. student under the supervision of Ingo Fischer (IFISC).


My research activities comprise photonics, semiconductor laser physics, and laser dynamics. 

In particular, my Ph.D. thesis is focused on implementing reservoir computing in hardware.


 

Publicaciones recientes

Accelerating photonic computing by bandwidth enhancement of a time-delay reservoir

Estébanez, Irene; Schwind, Janek; Fischer, Ingo; Argyris, Apostolos
Nanophotonics 9 (13), 20200184 (1-9) (2020)

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)

Proyectos de investigación vigentes

ADOPD

Adaptive Optical Dendrites (IFISC-CSIC)

I.P.: Ingo Fischer
The increased demand for computation with low energy consumption requires entirely novel hardware concepts. In ADOPD we develop ultra-fast computational units based on optical-fiber technologies exploiting information processing principles used by neurons ...

Decaph

Dendrite-based Computation Applied to PHotonics systems

I.P.: Apostolos Argyris, Ingo Fischer, Claudio Mirasso
The DECAPH project addresses fundamental aspects of cognitive computing introducing a disruptive architecture that mimics in more detail the actual operations that are performed in the brain. By mimicking such neuron structures ...

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