IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Microarchitecture
The IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Microarchitecture® is the premier forum for presenting, discussing, and debating innovative microarchitecture ideas and techniques for advanced computing and communication systems. This symposium brings together researchers in fields related to microarchitecture, compilers, chips, and systems for technical exchange on traditional microarchitecture topics and emerging research areas.
AI Hardware Summit
Europe is struggling to keep up with developments in machine learning at the same pace as the US and China, where many of the top labs are located and investments are significantly larger. Due to its academic strength in AI, the potential for Europe to catch up in AI research is massive and could add enormous value to its combined economic output. Institutes like the ELLIS Society are working closely with top European academics to enable Europe to perform the best fundamental AI research, but there is still a large gap in GDP investment when compared to the US and China.
Given Europe’s strength in automation across industrial, robotics and autonomous vehicles manufacturing, this summit will focus on inference systems in edge computing, connecting these industries through common challenges in systems architecture/engineering. The AI Hardware Summit Europe will bring together key players across the AI hardware ecosystem to promote innovation and adoption of systems & silicon for processing AI.
EPI's partner Kalray is attending and its CEO, Eric Baissus, will give an invited talk.
The International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis will be held from November 15–20, 2020, in a virtual setting. EPI team will host its virtual booth together with other European exascale projects and we are looking forward to showcasing our latest developments there.
IEEE Sensors France Chapter workshop
Since the creation of the IEEE Sensors Council France in 2018, the Board members are fully committed to initiating a strong national community on sensors, with international visibility. The first IEEE France Sensors chapter workshop in 2018, in Nancy, gathered a perfect mix of over 80 students, researchers, university professors and companies from 18 French cities. In the same dynamic, in 2019, the 2nd edition in Dijon was a success. This 3rd workshop of the IEEE SENSOR Chapter France with a collaboration with IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Chapter France has a program reflected a wide spectrum of research topics on emerging technologies in sensors, electronics, IoT, materials, biomedical…, building bridges between various research fields. Speakers of this workshop include internationally recognized experts in the relevant field of emerging technologies over France.
EPI's Sergio Saponara, from the University of Pisa, will attend the workshop and discuss EPI developed technologies.