Deputy Director, Office of CyberInfrastructure (OCI)
National Science Foundation (NSF), USA
It's Like Deja-Vu All over Again... Again
Examine the challenges of using programmable gates to do reconfigurable computing--an attractive approach to meet the high-speed demands that can typically be met only by hardware, and at the same time to satisfy the need for adapting to ever changing demands typically satisfied by software. Yet the many challenges Read more ...
CEO of Raztech LLC, USA
Future Directions in Reconfigurable Computing
Reconfigurable computing has been an active field of research for over 15 years. During this time, the field has focused on the use of hardware flexibility as a mechanism to achieve the end goals of performance and power optimization. Over this time, there have been some successes, but making a sustainable impact has been elusive. This keynote will discuss a class of problems known as Long Life Cycle products (LLC) where flexibility in its own right is a first tier value along with cost, performance and power. In this product segment, ... Read more ...