at Forschungszentrum Jülich
Highlights of the Projects NEUROTEC and NeuroSys
Prof. Rainer Waser (Forschungszentrum Jülich, RWTH Aachen University)
Neuro-inspired Technology of Artificial Intelligence for Future Electronics: NEUROTEC
Prof. Max Christian Lemme (RWTH Aachen University, AMO GmbH)
Clusters4Future NeuroSys– Neuromorphic Hardware for Autonomous Systems of Artificial…
MachineWare is a provider of high-speed instruction set simulators, including RISC-V full-system simulators. Its technologies enable ultra-fast software bring-up and validation before physical hardware is available. It's headquartered in Aachen, Germany.
ICE researchers Dr. Melvin Galicia Cota, Dr. Farhad Merchant, and Prof. Rainer Leupers received the best paper award at International Symposium on Quality Electronic Design 2022 (ISQED 2022) for the paper entitled "A Parallel SystemC Virtual Platform for Neuromorphic Architectures." The paper presents a parallel SystemC-based virtual prototype for RISC-V multicore platforms…
HiPEAC (research network on High Performance Embedded Architecture and Compilation) are organizing the Spring 2022 HiPEAC Computing Systems Week (CSW) in Tampere, Finland, as a physical event, on April 26-28, 2022. The HiPEAC network organize a workshop, which can be of interest for future "European Digital Innovation Hubs”.
2021 marks the seventh edition of the HiPEAC Tech Transfer Awards. This year, Lukas Jünger received the award for successfully transferring two simulation acceleration technologies to the industrial partner Audi AG. These technologies help to uncover software bugs in embedded systems even before the first hardware prototype is available.
HiPEAC's Tech Transfer Awards recognize…
OPEN, EFFICIENT AND SECURE 6G WIRELESS
He gave a talk about OPEN, EFFICIENT AND SECURE 6G WIRELESS on Tuesday, 12 Oct 2021
The doctoral work of Dominik Šišejković, titled "Trustworthy Hardware Design with Logic Locking", has won the best PhD award at the VLSI-SoC'21 PhD forum. The work focuses on various aspects of logic locking (a hardware obfuscation technique) to protect the integrity of modern hardware designs against malicious modifications. The work has been supervised by Prof. Rainer Leupers.