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Professor Schirner's away to attend DAC'16 TCP

Professor Schirner is away from Monday evening (Feb 1st) to wednesday morning (Feb 3rd) to attend DAC 16 TCP. 

Prof. Schirner presents HilCPS project at 6th annual CPS PI meeting

Prof. Schirner will represent the research project HiLCPS at the 6th annual CPS PI meeting (11/16, 11/17). More about this project can be found here.

Paper accepted at DATE 2016

The paper titled with "Improving Scalability of CMPs with Dense ACCs Coverage" [1]  written by NasibehHamed and Professor Schirner has been accepted in the Design, Automation and Test in Europe Conference (DATE).

This article investigates the semantics of ACC to ACC communication and proposes an energy efficient realization of those semantics.  Read more about this project here.

Professor Schirner's talk at IESS 2015

Next week, Nov 2nd - 6th, Prof. Schirner is away to attend IFIP International Embedded System Symposium (IESS) in Brazil. He will talk about three papers Taming the Memory Demand Complexity of Adaptive Vision Algorithms [1], Modeling and Analysis of SLDL-captured NoC Abstractions [2] and Rapid, High-Level Performance Estimation for DSE using Calibrated Weight Tables [3].

Professor Schirner's talk at FOEE 2015

Next week, Oct 25th - 28th, Prof. Schirner is away to attend National Academy of Engineering Frontiers of Engineering Education (FOEE) Symposium in Irvine/CA.  

Papers accepted at IESS 2015

Congrats to alumni ESL members: Ran Hao, Kasra MoazzamiMajid Sabbagh and the current members Hamed Tabkhi, Smit Patel and Nasibeh Teimouri on their accepted papers including Taming the Memory Demand Complexity of Adaptive Vision Algorithms [1], Modeling and Analysis of SLDL-captured NoC Abstractions [2] and Rapid, High-Level Performance Estimation for DSE using Calibrated Weight Tables [3] at IESS 2015.

Journal accepted at Springer Journal of Signal Processing and Systems 2015

Congrats to Hamed Tabkhi on his accepted journal [1] at the Springer journal of Signal Processing and System. This article expands the concept of Function-Level Processors (FLPs) as a novel processor class to fill the gap between ILPs and dedicated HWACCs. FLPs are comprised of configurable Function Blocks (FBs) implementing selected functions which are then interconnected via programmable point-to-point connections constructing an extensible/configurable macro data-path. The journal is related to the project "Novel Architecture for Streaming Applications". Read more about this project here.

Journal accepted at IEEE Computer Architecture Letters (CAL) 2015

Congrats to Chulian Zhang and Hamed Tabkhi on their accepted journal [1] at the IEEE journal of Computer Architecture Letters . The aim of this article is to manage inter-warp divergence to hide the memory access latency and minimize the resource conflicts and temporal under-utilization in compute units allowing GPUs to achieve their peak throughput. The journal is related to the project "Computer Vision on GPU". Read more about this project here.

Journal accepted at Elsevier Journal of Microprocessors and Microsystems 2015

Congrats to Hamed Tabkhi on his accepted journal [1]  in the Elsevier Journal of Microprocessors and Microsystems . This article proposes Conceptual Abstraction Levels (CALs) which addresses early design decisions separately and iteratively at higher levels of abstraction enabling an efficient solution space exploration. The journal is related to the project "System-Level Design Principles for Market-oriented SoC". Read more about this project here.

PhD dissertation award at 2015 DAC PhD forum

Congrats to Hamed Tabkhi on his best dissertation poster presentation [1] at DAC 2015 PhD forum. The poster is  titled with "High-Performance Power-Efficient Solutions for Embedded Vision Computing" summerizing his dissertation [2] whcih is found here.

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