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SCHEDULE: NOV 15-20, 2015

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First International Workshop on Heterogeneous Computing with Reconfigurable Logic

SESSION: First International Workshop on Heterogeneous Computing with Reconfigurable Logic

EVENT TYPE: Workshops

EVENT TAG(S): Reconfigurable Computing

TIME: 9:00AM - 12:30PM

Organizer(s):Kevin Skadron, Torsten Hoefler, Michael Lysaght, Jason Bakos, Michaela Blott

ROOM:Hilton Salon D


The advent of high-level synthesis (HLS) creates exciting new opportunities for using FPGAs in HPC. HLS allows programs written in OpenCL, C, etc. to be mapped directly and effectively to FPGAs, without the need for low-level RTL design. At the same time, FPGA-based acceleration presents the opportunity for dramatic improvements in performance and energy-efficiency for a variety of HPC applications. This workshop will bring together application experts, FPGA experts, and researchers in heterogeneous computing to present cutting-edge research and explore opportunities and needs for future research in this area.

More at: http://h2rc.cse.sc.edu/

Chair/Organizer Details:

Kevin Skadron - University of Virginia

Torsten Hoefler - ETH Zurich

Michael Lysaght - Irish Centre for High-End Computing

Jason Bakos - University of South Carolina

Michaela Blott - Xilinx Inc.

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