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Xilinx Advanced Embedded System Design on Zynq

April 13th & 14th 2015, 9 a.m. - 17 p.m. Room: ID 1/103
Xilinx Advanced Embedded System Design on Zynq
Link to the course
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*Please note that only academics are allowed to join this workshop. Please use a valid university e-mail account for your registration.


Hands on Tutorials Cadence (System Level Tools)

April 14th, 9 a.m. - 13 p.m. Room: ID 1/104
Hands on Tutorials Cadence (System Level Tools)
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FlexTiles – Hands-on workshop for a self-adaptable heterogeneous manycore

FlexTiles Workshop
April 14th, 16 p.m.: FlexTiles – Hands-on Workshop for a self-adaptable Heterogeneous Manycore

Agenda:
Duration of Workshop: 2½ hours

  • Introduction and objectives of the project (10 min), Marc MORGAN (CSEM)
  • Hardware architecture (25 min)
    • GPPs, accelerators, NoC, AI (10 min), Benedikt JANSSEN (RUB)
    • embedded FPGA (15 min), Olivier SENTIEYS (Univ Rennes 1)
  • Software: tools, OS, resource managers (10 min), Kees GOOSSENS (TU/e)
  • Story of how to implement an application (1h15)
    • Sample application used in demo (5 min), Martijn KOEDAM (TU/e)
    • Tool chain (10 min), Martijn KOEDAM (TU/e)
    • Tool chain demo (15 min), Martijn KOEDAM (TU/e)
    • OVP simulator (10 min), Leonard MASING (KIT)
    • OVP simulation demo (15 min), Leonard MASING (KIT)
    • FDP emulator (10 min), Martijn KOEDAM (TU/e)
    • FDP emulation demo (10 min), Martijn KOEDAM (TU/e)
  • OVP simulation hands on (30 min), Stephan WERNER & Leonard MASING (KIT)

Introduction:

FlexTiles is a project which is co-funded by the European Union under the Seventh Framework Programme with ten participants of five countries. Its aim is to define and develop an energy-efficient yet programmable heterogeneous manycore platform with self-adaptive capabilities which also increases the accessibility of customizable manycores for industry. This platform distinguishes itself by being able to dynamically manage load balancing, power consumption and faulty modules. This workshop will enable the participant to actually experience the final results of the FlexTiles project by providing hands-on time with the platform with the support of the developers. For more information about the FlexTiles project, please visit the project's website.

To register please send an email to esit@ei.rub.de