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1st MAPS User Group Workshop (MUG 2011)

1st MAPS User Group Workshop (MUG 2011)

On Sep 28/29, ICE organized the 1st MAPS User Group Workshop (MUG 2011) in the UMIC research center. MAPS (click here for more information) is a programming tool suite for heterogeneous multicore architectures that has been developed in the context of the UMIC cluster. It uses both sequential C and a C language extension (CPN) for describing applications in the form of process…

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New collaborative project "DSPACE"

A new collaborative project "DSPACE", funded by the European Union's seventh Framework Program, has started with a kick-off meeting in Pisa, Italy.

The DSPACE project aims to develop a new DSP for space applications to be used as a stand-alone signal processor or as a building component for larger System on Chips.

For more information, please have a look at the project's section on…

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UMIC exhibits at DAC 2011

The UMIC Research Center, represented in person by Professor Ascheid, Professor Leupers , Dr. Ute Müller and Dipl.-Ing. Maximilian Odendahl, exhibited at this year's Design Automation Conference (DAC) exhibition in San Diego, USA (June 6-8) to present the UMIC cluster and show some key research results.

DAC is a world leading, yearly exhibition in the area of software and hardware…

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DAAD Exchange PhD Scholar from IISc, India

MPSoC Research Group at ICE will host Mr. Farhad Merchant, a PhD student from IISc, Bengaluru, India from 15th July, 2011 to 15th December, 2011. Mr. Merchant has won DAAD sandwitch PhD scholarship, which will allow him to pursue part of his research work at RWTH Aachen under co-supervision of Dr.-Ing. Anupam Chattopadhyay. Mr. Merchant is currently working on mapping parallel…

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Summer Intern from the Indian Statistical Institute (ISI), Kolkata, India

From 15th June to 15th August, a summer intern from Indian Statistical Institute (ISI), Kolkata, India will visit the MPSoC Research Group in ICE. The intern, Mr. Sourav Sengupta, is from the ISI, Kolkata, with which MPSoC Research Group had recently began research collaboration.

Mr. Sengupta is currently pursuing PhD degree on Applied Cryptography. His research interests include…

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Interns from the IIT Kharagpur/Madras, India

From May until late July, three new interns, Mr. Pal, Mr. Sankararaman and Mr. Shyamkumar Jayaraman, are visiting the Chair for Software for Systems on Silicon and the Chair for Integrated Signal Processing Systems. The interns  come from the India Institute of Technology (IIT) - Kharagpur and Madras, universities with which ICE has had several academic exchanges in the past.

Mr.…

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Special session on Virtual Manycore Platforms at DATE 2011, March 16, Grenoble

Organisers:
R Leupers, RWTH Aachen
G Martin, Tensilica

Moderator:
F Ghenassia, STMicroelectronics

The evolution to manycore platforms is real, both in the High-Performance Computing domain and in embedded systems. If we start with ten or more cores, we can see the evolution to many tens of cores and to platforms with 100 or more occurring in the next few years. These platforms are…

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Interns form SOAR Lab. Seoul, Korea

From January until late March 2011, two new interns are visiting the
Chair for Software for Systems on Silicon (SSS). The interns, Mr.
Hyungon Moon and Mr. Seungjun Yang, come from the Software Optimizing
and Research (SOAR) Lab in Seoul Korea, headed by Professor Yunheung
Paek. This exchange has been facilitated by the RWTH Research Fellowship
Program for Korean Graduate Students.

M…

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New Book Publication: Handbook of Signal Processing Systems

Bhattacharyya, S.S.; Deprettere, E.F.; Leupers, R.; Takala, J. (Eds.), 1st Edition., 2010, XXXVIII, 1117 p. 200 illus., 100 in color., Hardcover ISBN: 978-1-4419-6344-4
This handbook is essential for those involved in R&D in the design, architecture, and implementation of a wide array of signal processing systems. This handbook is also suitable as a first point of entry to the field…

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ISS/SSS visit at Imperial College

ISS/SSS visit the Department of Computing at the Imperial College

On May 26, 2010ISS/SSS visited The Department of Computing at Imperial College London for a joint seminarin the context of the HiPEAC project. The discussion topics included reconfigurable computing, ASIP design, fast SoC simulators, and multi-core programming for data streaming applications.

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