Embedded Streaming Computations on Heterogeneous Energy-efficient aRchitectures
The ESCHER project will address the design and implementation of Embedded Streaming Computations on Heterogeneous Energy-efficient aRchitectures. The design and implementation of such systems needs a coordinated effort to co-develop both the hardware architectures and the application development environment. With regard to hardware, the focus will be on how parallel heterogeneous architectures should be organized, designed, and evaluated, as well as how they should interface with the application development tools and frameworks. The software aspect will focus on how to develop real-time streaming applications at a high level of abstraction, develop a single application source that can target a multitude of heterogeneous architectures, utilize domain knowledge to better target a diverse set of architectures, and support an efficient design process taking into account resource efficiency and real-time aspects.
POST DOCTORAL RESEARCHER in Parallel Computation Models and Architectures
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR in Parallel Computation Models and Architectures