LLVM Developers Conference - London (April 2012)
On April 13th, 2012, Igor Böhm gave a presentation about the concurrent and parallel dynamic compilation technology used in the ArcSim Simulator at the LLVM Developers Conference in London. Click on the image subtitle for a video of the presentation including some interesting demos in the end (The video is about 400MB so it might take a while to download):
On February 11, 2009, the PASTA group visited the Institute for Integrated Signal Processing Systems at RWTH Aachen University as part of the on-going collaboration within the HiPEAC2 Design Methodology and Tools research cluster.
- 9.00-9.10 Welcome and Opening. Prof. Rainer Leupers.
Talks by ICSA, Edinburgh University:
- 9.10-9.40 Talk by Dr. Björn Franke: Overview of the Project: An End-to-End Design Flow for Automated Instruction Set Extension and Complex Instruction Selection based on GCC.
- 9.40-10.10 Talk by Oscar Almer: The ICSA EnCore Processor.
- 10.40-11.10 Talk by Alastair Murray: Complex Instruction Selection/Source Level Data Assignment to Dual Memory Banks.
- 11.10-11.40 Talk by Georgios Tournavitis: Profile-driven parallelization.
Talks by ISS/SSS, RWTH, Aachen:
- 13.30-14.00 Talk by Lei Gao: A Retargetable Profiler for Embedded Applications.
- 14.00-14.30 Talk by Stefan Krämer: Development of a Virtual Platform using the 'Chumby' Device as Case Study.
- 15.00-15.30 Talk by Weihua Sheng & Jianjiang Ceng: MAPS and a high-level virtual platform (MVP).
- 15.30-15.50 Talk by Torsten Kempf: MPSoC Design Space Exploration Framework.
Oscar and Igor demonstrating the EnCore FPGA implementation (Note the fractal computed on EnCore projected in the background!).
Stefan demonstrating the Chumby Virtual Platform.
Technical discussions throughout the coffee breaks.