September 17, 2013
ECE Professor Radu Marculescu presented a keynote talk at The International Workshop on Power and Timing Modeling, Optimization and Simulation (PATMOS) 2013 in Karlsruhe, Germany on September ninth. PATMOS 2013 is the 23nd in a series of international workshops. The objective of PATMOS is to provide a forum to discuss and investigate emerging challenges in methodologies and tools for the design of upcoming generations of integrated circuits and systems, including reconfigurable hardware such as FPGA’s.
Professor Marculescu addressed fundamental issues related to the modeling and optimization of power and performance of next generation of integrated systems while taking a cyber-physical approach. As such, the focus of the design methodology is not only on establishing a reliable communication infrastructure between the computational elements, but also on including time, communication, and feedback-based control as intrinsic components of the programming model; this allows designers to generalize the classical computational paradigm such that a more direct interaction between the cyber-system and physical world becomes possible.
More information about Professor Marculescu's keynote can be found here.