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New Project: Neureka SPRIN-D

To implement our visions for the future - from autonomous driving and computer-aided drug development to intelligent control of countless renewable energy sources - fundamentally new computing concepts will have to be found. New application scenarios also place new demands on computing hardware that can only be implemented inadequately with current computer architectures. For…

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ICE presents neuromorphic computing at VLSID 2023

Dr. Joseph from ICE and Dr. Bolzani-Poehls from IDS presented a tutorial the 36th VLSID conference in Hyderabad, India in January 2023. The speakers introduced RWTH’s research on neuromorphic computing, including ICE’s architectures and compilers as well as IDS’s methods for reliability and testing. We discussed the prospect and challenge of analog computing-in-memory systems with…

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ICE team present 6GEM research demo at GLOBECOM 2022 in Brazil

From 04/12/2022 to 08/12/2022 ICE team joined the IEEE Global Communications Conference(GLOBECOM) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. We presented our “6G XR-Wireless Flexible Open Platform” demo with poster at the conference. This demo is part of the project of German 6G Research Hub 6GEM (https://www.6gem.de/en/). We also discussed the prospect and challenge of augmented reality solution…

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New book: Logic locking: A practical approach to secure hardware.

Dominik Sisejkovic (former ICE member) and Rainer Leupers have published a new book titled "Logic locking: A practical approach to secure hardware". The book offers novel insights into hardware integrity protection with logic locking, a prominent hardware obfuscation technique. The core topics addressed in this book are:

  • What is logic locking and how has it evolved?
  • What…

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ICE joins Professor-Team at Unicup 2022

Prof. Gacanin and Lennart Reimann joined the ET-Lions Professor-Team to represent the faculty of electrical engineering at this year's ice-hockey university cup!

We would like to thank all spectators for the marvelous support. See you next year at the next Unicup!

 

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ICE team joined the general assembly of the German 6G Research Hub 6GEM in Bochum

From 23/11/2022 to 24/11/2022 ICE team joined the 3rd general assembly of the German 6G Research Hub 6GEM (https://www.6gem.de/en/) in Bochum. We presented two demos with two posters at the meeting. And we also discussed in synergy sessions about 6G related topics such as the 6G test field, Terahertz communication, and intelligent reconfigurable surfaces.

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ICE hosts 3rd ZuSE-KI-AVF Workshop

On November 24th and 25th, the ICE welcomed their BMBF project partners to discuss the current advancements in the development of a highly optimized software and hardware tool suite for LiDAR, RADAR, and camera applications in the field of autonomous driving.  The tool suite covers the development of a novel hardware architecture, its compiler toolchain, and a broad spectrum of…

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ICE student Evgenii Rezunov wins Best Bachelor Award

Due to his extraordinary work during his bachelor's, Evgenii Rezunov is awarded the Rohde & Schwarz Best Bachelor award.

On the "Tag der Elektrotechnik" he presented the remarkable work that he conducted for his bachelor's thesis on the topic:
Exploring the impact of logic locking on the information flow of cryptographic circuits.

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ICE Spin-off MachineWare is winner of the RWTH Spin-off Award

In the second round of this year's RWTH Spin-off Award  MachineWare GmbH was honored as one of the six winners. The winners represent the broad spectrum of excellent research disciplines at RWTH Aachen University. The award is the only official award given to outstanding young RWTH start-ups.

MachineWare has developed a high-speed simulator for novel microprocessors, allowing…

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ICE team presented a 6GEM research project demo at the IEEE VTC2022-Fall

ICE team presented a demo at the IEEE VTC2022-Fall in London, UK. The demo is a research output of the 6GEM research project.

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