Workshop on Embedded Computing

Workshop on Embedded Computing

This workshop, motivated by Marilyn Wolf’s 60th birthday, surveyed the development of embedded computing as a field. The workshop was held Friday, September 21, 2018 on the Georgia Tech campus in the Marcus Nanotechnology Building room 1117-1118 (campus map here).

 

Workshop schedule:

  • 9:00-9:30 AM Coffee
  • 9:30 AM-noon: morning session
    • 9:30AM-9:45AM Prof. Shuvra Bhattacharyya, introduction
    • 9:45AM-10:00AM Prof. Marilyn Wolf
    • 10AM-10:30AM Video greetings
    • 10:30AM-11:00AM: Prof. Dimitrios Serpanos, University of Patras: “Security and safety for the Internet of Things”
    • 11:00AM-11:30AM: Dr. Burak Ozer: “How smart can cameras be?”
    • 11:30AM-noon: Prof. Richard Lipton, Georgia Tech: “The Physics of Computing”
  • noon-1 PM: lunch
  • 1 PM-4:30 PM: afternoon session
    • 1 PM-1:30 PM Prof. Jiang Xu, HKUST: “”Rejuvenate Post-Moore’s Law Computing with Photonics””
    • 1:30PM-2PM Prof. Chia-Han Lee, NCTU: “Deep Neural Network-based Wireless Communication Physical Layer”
    • 2:30PM-3PM Coffee break
    • 2PM-2:30 PM Dr. Graham Hellestrand, CEO Embedded Systems Technology: “Systems Engineering: Fail fast, Fail often vs Fail rarely, Prototype often”
    • 3PM-3:30PM Prof. Yuan Xie, UCSB: “From HLS to architecture and chip design: A journey of technology-driven architecture innovation”
    • 3:30PM-4PM Prof. Weichen Liu, Nanyang Technical University
    • 4PM-4:30PM Prof. Jishen Zhao, UCSD
    • 4:30PM-5PM  Discussion
  • 6:30PM-8 PM dinner