Hardware, Power and Energy
Available Speakers on this Topic
Todd Michael Austin – Ann Arbor, MI, United States
Establishing Hardware Trust: Challenges, Opportunities and (Im)possibilities
Much of the future success of computing rests on our ability to establish trust in the hardware we build. In this talk, I will argue that the primary approach taken to build secure hardware,...
On the Rules of Low-Power Design (and Why You Should Break Them)
Energy and power constraints have emerged as one of the greatest lingering challenges to progress in the computing industry. In this talk, Todd Austin, an electrical engineering and computer...
Peering into the Post Moore's Law World
With the end of Moore’s Law arriving soon, there is much concern for the future of computing. Rightly, much of the research community’s focus has turned toward heterogeneous parallel...
Leonel Sousa – INESC-ID, Rua Alves Redol, 9, Portugal
Cache-Aware Roofline Model: Performance, Power and Energy-Efficiency Limits of Multi-cores
In this talk, a set of fundamental Cache-aware Roofline Models (CARMs) are presented, which describe the performance, power, energy and energy-efficiency upper-bounds of parallel architectures,...
GHEVC: GPU-based HEVC decoder
For High-Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) decoders, a significant increase of the computational load is a limiting factor to accomplish real-time, especially for high definition video sequences...
Microprocessors, Microcontroller Units and the Internet of Things
Internet of Things (IoT) refers to scenarios where different machines, such as objects, sensors and everyday items, are connected and require minimal human intervention – machine-to-machine...