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Shen Feng's PhD Proposal Defense

Shen Feng will defend his PhD thesis proposal titled with "Holistic Human-in-the-Loop Cyber-Physical Systems Framework using Model Based Design" and affiliated with the project HLCPS next Monday (April 25th) in Banach TF starting at 3:00 PM.

Wenyu's MSc project defense

Congratulation to Wenyu Kui for his MSc project defense titled with Real-time Software Object Tracking for Video Surveillance. 

 

Chulian Zhang - MS These defense

Chulian Zhang will defend his master thesis titled with "Inter-warp Divergence Aware Execution on GPU" and affiliated with the project Computer Vision on GPU on next Thursday (April 14th) in 306 Egan starting at 11:00 AM.

 

Professor Schirner's talk at DATE 2016

Next week, March 14th - 18th, Prof. Schirner will be away in Dresden, Germany to attend Design, Automation, and Test Conference in Europe (DATE 2016). He will talk about the paper "Improving Scalability of CMPs with Dense ACCs Coverage" [1].

ESL Presentation at Northeastern ECE Ph.D. Student Seminar Series (NEPSSS)

Nasibeh as a representative of ESL for this NEPSSS week presents her work titled with "Revisiting ACC-based CMPs: Challenges and solutions" on Wednesday, Feb 24th (12:00PM to 12:30 PM). This presentation abstracts the materials published in [1] and [2] . You can find more details about the work here

Paper accepted at ASR MOV 2016

Congrats to NUCAR members Amir Momeni and Professor Kaeli and ESL members Hamed and Professor Schirner on their accepeted paper, OpenCL-based optimizations for acceleration of object tracking on FPGAs and GPUs[1] in ASR MOV 2016.

Paper accepted at GLSVLSI 2016

Congrats to Hamed (and alumni ESL member, Majid) for their accepted [1] titled wih "Guiding Power/Quality Exploration for Communication-Intense Stream Processing". The paper is related to the project "novel architecture for streaming applications". Read more about this project here.

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.

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