Actualité : Séminaire sur l'intégration en Microélectronique
Mercredi 16 décembre LIRMM
Séminaire sur l'intégration en Microélectronique
Ryan KASTNER (University of California, San Diego)Building Heterogenous Systems: A View from the Trenches
Le 16 décembre 2015 à partir de 9h30
The promise of heterogenous computing has been touted for at least a couple of decades. And FPGAs, GPUs, multicore CPUs all see substantial use, yet they remain extremely difficult to program. In this talk, I describe a number of end-to-end system development efforts in my research group. These include robotic systems for remote sensing and computer vision systems for human computer-interaction. I discuss the trials and tribulations of developing these systems. And show their ultimate benefits in terms of performance and energy consumption. And I touch upon the needs to move the development of these systems from highly trained individuals to "every day" programmers.
Ryan’s bio: http://kastner.ucsd.edu/ryan/about-me/
Followed by :
Anastasiia BUTKO, PhD, a digest of her PhD dissertation on "Fast Cycle-approximate Simulation Techniques for Manycore Architecture Exploration »
Sophiane SENNI, PhD, a digest of his PhD dissertation on "Exploration of non-volatile magnetic memory for processor architecture"