R Leupers, RWTH Aachen
G Martin, Tensilica
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…
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.
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…
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.
SSS is partner of the European FP7 Project EURETILE (EUropean REference TIled architecture Experiment), which has the goal to investigate and implement a brain-inspired massively parallel tiled computer architecture. The focus of SSS in EURETILE is the development of an efficient MPSoC simulation environment, which will be suitable for application development, software debugging and…
The paper "Retargetable Code Optimization for Predicated Execution"
(ISS/SSS in cooperation with ACE and NXP) has been honoured with a Best Paper Award at DATE 2009 in Nice
ISS participates actively in the European "NEWCOM++" (Network of Excellence in Wireless COMmunications) project, which has the goal to intensify collaboration between the leading European research institutions in the domain of wireless communications and to significantly advance European research in this area.
SSS is a member of ArtistDesign, whose major objective is to promote european research in the field of embedded system design and to push the developement of this new multidisciplinary field.
SSS participates actively in HiPEAC2, which addresses the design and implementation of high-performance commodity computing devices. The objectives of HiPEAC2 are to ensure the visibility of European institutions in the high performance embedded market, and to promote the integration of research efforts in a common direction. Press release