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题  目:Field-Programmable Technology: the Next Ten Years and Beyond
报告人:Dr Wayne Luk (英国帝国理工)
时  间:2012年6月21日(周四)上午9:30-11:00
地  点:张江校区微电子楼369室

Abstract
There have been many exciting advances in field-programmable technology since the first FPT Conference took place ten years ago.
Just as the FPT Conference has established itself as a major event, field-programmable technology has become widely adopted for many electronic devices and computing systems. This talk reviews the progress of field-programmable technology made in the past decades, and proposes a number of challenges to be addressed in the next ten years and beyond.
This presentation is updated based on the FPT’2011 keynote speech.

Biography
Dr Wayne Luk is Professor of Computer Engineering at Imperial College London. He founded and leads the Computer Systems Section and the Custom Computing Group in Department of Computing, and was Visiting Professor at Stanford University and Queen's University Belfast. His research interests include reconfigurable computing, field-programmable technology, and design automation. He developed hardware compilation techniques based on syntax-directed translation, pipeline vectorization, and source-level transformation; he contributed to optimizations for run-time reconfiguration, custom instruction processors, and programmable embedded-block architecture for field-programmable devices. He received many awards at international conferences, including FPL (2004, 2007, 2008, 2010), ERSA (2004), FPT (2005, 2008), ASAP (2008), SAMOS (2008), and SPL (2008, 2009). He led a team winning two Platform Grants from UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, and a Research Excellence Award from Imperial College. He is a Fellow of the IEEE and a Fellow of the BCS, and is Editor-in-Chief for ACM Transactions on Reconfigurable Technology and Systems. He received his MA, MSc and DPhil degrees from University of Oxford.

 
 
 
 

 

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