# Publications

## Resilient Computing with Dynamical Systems

We reformulate fundamental numerical problems to run on novel hardware inspired by the brain. Such "neuromorphie hardware consumes less energy per computation, promising a means to augment next-generation exascale computers. However, their programming model is radically different from floating-point machines, with fewer guarantees about precision and communication. The approach is to pass each given problem through a sequence of transformations (algorithmic "reductions") which change it from conventional form into a dynamical system, then ultimately into a spiking neural network. Results for the eigenvalue problem are presented, showing that the dynamical system formulation is feasible. This page left blank