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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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ICE and NICT presented 6G technology vision at IEEE VTC2022-Fall

Together with the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT) from Japan, our institute presented 6G technology vision with a poster at IEEE VTC2022-Fall conference in London, UK.

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ICE involved in first Cyberagency Project

The Cyberagency has announced their choices for the winner of their first project call ever. Member of the ICE staff will support Hensoldt Cyber in advising the Cyberagency about the current need for action in Germany's hardware security field. ICE's hardware security team will function as "experts of the hardware supply chain".

 

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ICE excursion to the University of Sarajevo

During August 25/26, 2022 the ICE team visited the Faculty of Electrical Engineering Sarajevo. After a short introduction of both parties, each group gave short presentations on their field of research.

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New Book: 3D Interconnect Architectures for Heterogeneous Technologies

A new book with the title “3D Interconnect Architectures for Heterogeneous Technologies: Modeling and Optimization” has been published by Jan Moritz Joseph from ICE. It describes the first comprehensive approach to the optimization of interconnect architectures in 3D systems on chips (SoCs), specially addressing the challenges and opportunities arising from heterogeneous integration.…

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

From 29/06/2022 to 30/06/2022 ICE team joined the general assembly of the German 6G Research Hub 6GEM (https://www.6gem.de/en/) . We discussed in poster and synergy sessions about 6G testfields, intelligent reconfigurable surfaces, 6G THz, and many other 6G related topics. 

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Press release: Aachen-based start-up MachineWare enables ultra-fast RISC-V simulation

Startup MachineWare is set to revolutionise semiconductor design with its high-speed RISC-V simulator SIM-V.

SIM-V Compute aims to design and verify high-performance RISC-V systems, including hardware models of GPUs and high-speed PCIe interconnects.
SIM-V Edge, at the other end of the spectrum, is optimised for designing compact 32-bit edge computing systems and offers a wide range…

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ICE organized the 4th version of hardware security workshop at HiPEAC 2022

For the fourth time in a row, ICE organized the Workshop on Secure Hardware, Architectures, and Operating Systems (SeHAS) at the HiPEAC (https://www.hipeac.net/2022/budapest/#/) conference - this time in Budapest. 

The agenda was packed with top-notch talks in the domain of security, ranging from the application of formal methods to ensure secure hardware implementations down to…

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Jülich-Aachen Neuromorphic Computing Day

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…

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New Spin Off MachineWare GmbH founded

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.

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