DATE 2014 Friday Workshop - 3PMCES - Contacts
Title: Performance, Power and Predictability of Many-Core Embedded Systems
March 28, 2014
DATE 2014 Friday Workshop
Mats Brorsson - professor of Computer Architecture at KTH, Sweden and a senior researcher at Swedish Institute of Computer Science (SICS). His current research are in programming models, run-time systems, operating systems and the architecture of parallel computer systems in particular multi- and many-core systems. Prof. Brorsson has authored and co-authored over 50 scientific papers in international conferences and journals.
Tapani Ahonen is a part-time Senior Scientist at Technoconsult (TC), Denmark and an Assistant Professor at Tampere University of Technology (TUT), Finland. His work is focused on proof-of-concept driven computer systems design with emphasis on many-core processing environments. Ahonen has an MSc in Electrical Engineering and a PhD in Information Technology from TUT. He has an extensive international publication record including edited books and journals, written book chapters and journal articles, invited talks in high-quality conferences, as well as full-length papers and paper abstracts in conference proceedings.
Sven Karlsson - associate professor at DTU Compute, DTU, Denmark. His research interests are in programming models, compilers, architectures, operating systems and system software for parallel computers. He has published more than 30 papers in these fields.
Walter Stechele - associate professor at Technical University of Munich (TUM), Germany. His research interests include visual computing and robotic vision, with focus on Multi Processor System-on-Chip (MPSoC) architectures and design methodology, low power optimization, dynamic reconfiguration of FPGA devices, and applications in automotive and robotics.
Adam Morawiec - director at ECSI. He holds a PhD from TIMA Lab/INPG in Grenoble and is working in the domain of specification and design languages, system design and synthesis. He is an author of several scientific publications and editor of 4 books. He was also a chair of scientific conferences (DASIP, S4D, ESLsyn).