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Dr Luciano OST, UM2 / LIRMM

Theme: Multi-level framework for exploration of distributed and dynamic management for emerging many-core embedded systems
Date: Mardi 26 février 2014 à 14 h 00, Laboratoire TIMA - Salle T312

Biography

Luciano OST is Associate Professor at the University of Montpellier II (UM2) and member of Adaptive Computing Group at LIRMM, France.
OST worked one year as invited research at the Microelectronic Systems Institute of the Technische Universitaet Darmstadt (from 2007 to 2008).
Further, OST got his PhD degree in Computer Science from PUCRS, Brazil in 2010.
From 2004 to 2006 he worked as Research Assistant in this same University. His main research interests include heterogeneous and adaptive multiprocessor architectures and embedded system modelling and simulation.

Abstract

The growing concerns of power efficiency, silicon reliability and performance scalability motivate research in the area of adaptive embedded systems.
Embedded applications cause time-varying workloads on the underlying systems, such as the scenarios when the system interacts with complex deployment environments or user-driven requests.
To cope with such scenarios, the deployment of new mechanisms to achieve runtime management is mandatory to meet performance criteria, such as application performance or energy consumption. In this context, system designers must be able to verify the software development, while meeting the expected functionality and performance objectives of the platform.
To design and verify large MPSoCs, modeling and debugging facilities become crucial to guarantee the adequate design exploration support. This seminar presents a multi-level framework for exploration of distributed and dynamic management for emerging many-core embedded systems.