EPI Consortium members published “Towards Reconfigurable Accelerators in HPC: Designing a Multipurpose eFPGA Tile for Heterogeneous SoCs” at the DATE 2022 Conference.
Here you can find a link to an open access version of the article: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/9774716.
Prof. Jürgen Becker from KIT attended the IEEE CASS Rio Grande do Sul Chapter talks and gave a lecture titled Multi-Core System Integration – Distributed HPC, Reliability, AI and Open Hardware as Enablers, which can be viewed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VHl5UdSFe4E
EPI team participated in several activities in Digital HiPEAC 2021 conference: EPI Tutorial, Industrial session, and WRC workshop.
The materials are all zipped here, and a link to YT recording of the Tutorial is available.
EPI Consortium members published “Embedded Image Processing the European Way: A new platform for the future automotive market” in IEEE World Forum on Internet of Things (WF-IoT).
Here you can find a link to an open access version of the article:
At the 4th Workshop on Reconfigurable Computing for Machine Learning, prof. Becker from KIT held a Workshop keynote “Neuromorphic FPGA Integration – HPC, Reliability and NN as Key Enablers”.
IBM’s edaBarCamp — “Number 5 is alive” took place on 18-19 Feb 2020, in Böblingen, Germany, where people presented and discussed ideas and results of the ongoing scientific work. The organizers invited researchers from the areas of electronic design automation (EDA), microelectronics and (embedded) systems design to their open barCamp event.
EPI’s Prof. Jürgen Becker from KIT attended and gave a talk.
On Thursday, October 10th KIT held the first automotive summit in cooperation with the Tongji University in Shanghai. Many representatives from research and companies in China such as BMW, Infineon, Intron and UAES (Bosch in China) participated and gave interesting presentations about their current and future R&D projects. One major topic is autonomous driving and how it can be accomplished with the currently available computing resources. Solutions ranging from edge and cloud computing to embedded HPC. In this discussion, the EPI project should not be missing. This is why Prof. Jürgen Becker from KIT gave an interesting talk about the recent research activities in Germany and Europe also mentioning the on-goings in EPI and the known partners in the consortium. The project and plans were well received by the audience.