Room H1C, 08/11/2013 (09:00-09:45)
Innovation in computing systems faces enormous challenges. Power is now limiting performance for all systems: mobile, embedded and servers in data centers. On top of this, the complexity of modern information processing systems (hardware, networking, software) is mindboggling and we lack solid engineering methodologies to guarantee correct operation. Finally, as we trust more and more functions to software, this software becomes an increasingly interesting target for hackers and malware, not only in general purpose computers but also in mobile and embedded systems. The High Performance and Embedded Architecture and Compilation (HiPEAC) network of excellence groups 1200+ researchers in computing systems in Europa and has developed a vision on the research challenges for computing systems for the next decade (HiPEAC roadmap). The goal of the networking session is to discuss the challenges and the recommendations of the HiPEAC roadmap.
November 8, 2013, Room A
9h00: HiPEAC Network, Koen De Bosschere, Network Coordinator
9h15: HiPEAC Roadmap, Marc Duranton, Roadmap coordinator
Organised by: Koen DE BOSSCHERE (Ghent University, ELIS, Belgium)
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