Symposium: “The Future of Computing”

essays in memory of Stamatis Vassiliadis

Integrity was his compass
Science his instrument
Advancement of humanity his final goal

Stamatis Vassiliadis (1951-2007)

 

On september 28 2007, the CE laboratory organized a symposium in honour of professor Stamatis Vassiliadis, chair of the CE laboratory. The theme of the symposium was: “THE FUTURE OF COMPUTING”. Many distinguished collegues and friends of professor Vassiliadis have contributed to a book: The Future of Computing, essays in memory of Stamatis Vassiliadis.

The table of contents is available here (PDF). In the following it is possible to download the pdf and the BibTex record of each contribution as well as the presentation.

Nainesh Agarwal and Nikitas Dimopoulos OPTIMAL FSMD PARTITIONING FOR LOW POWER University of Victoria (Canada)
David Bernstein and Bilha Mendelson

SOFTWARE ENABLEMENT FOR MULTICORE ARCHITECTURES

IBM (Israel)

Bart Blaner THE FUTURE OF COMPUTING: VLSI, STORAGE, AND NETWORKS REFLECTIONS ON A LEGACY OF INNOVATION IBM (USA)
José Duato and Federico Silla HIGH-PERFORMANCE INTERCONNECTION NETWORKS: A KEY COMPONENT IN FUTURE SYSTEMS Polytechnic University of Valencia (Spain)
Michael J. Flynn SUPER SOC: PUTTING THE WHOLE (AUTONOMOUS) SYSTEM ON THE CHIP (ASOC) Stanford University (USA)
Reiner Hartenstein THE VON NEUMANN SYNDROME TU Kaiserslautern (Germany)
Manolis G. H. Katevenis INTERPROCESSOR COMMUNICATION SEEN AS LOAD-STORE INSTRUCTION GENERALIZATION Forth (Greece)
Wayne Luk SELF-OPTIMIZING AND SELF-VERIFYING DESIGN: A VISION Imperial College (UK)
Walid A. Najjar, Ayse Betul Buyukkurt, Zhi Guo, Jason R. Villareal, John Cortes and Abhishel Mitra COMPILED CODE ACCELERATION ON FPGAS University of California Riverside (USA)
Yale N. Patt MICROPROCESSOR PERFORMANCE, PHASE 2 HARNESSING THE TRANSFORMATION HIERARCHY University of Texas at Austin (USA)
Miquel Pericàs, Mateo Valero, Ricardo Chaves, Georgi N. Gaydadjiev and Stamatis Vassiliadis VECTORIZED AES CORE FOR HIGH-THROUGHPUT SECURE ENVIRONMENTS Polytechnic University of Catalunya (Spain)
Peter Petrov and Alex Orailoglu CUSTOMIZABLE EMBEDDED SYSTEM ARCHITECTURES University of California San Diego (USA)
Eric Schwarz FUTURE RESEARCH IN COMPUTER ARITHMETIC IBM (USA)
Jim E. Smith FUTURE SUPERSCALAR PROCESSORS BASED ON INSTRUCTION COMPOUNDING University of Wisconsin Madison (USA)
Per Stenström THE PARADIGM SHIFT TO MULTI-CORES: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES Chalmers University (Sweden)
Sudhakar Yalamanchili, Subramanian Ramaswamy and Gregory Diamos FROM ADAPTIVE TO SELF-TUNED SYSTEMS Georgia Tech (USA)

The symposium is financially supported by the ICT Delft Research Centre and the faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science, the ICT Delft Research Centre and the HiPEAC Network of Excellence on High-Performance Embedded Architecture and Compilation.

                

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