Overview

The goal of this priority program is to develop new methods and architectures at system level as to eliminate the effects associated when migrating to new technology nodes like malfunctioning, performance degradation, and increased power consumption. The five columns of research are:

  • Technology Abstraction
  • Dependable Hardware Architectures
  • Dependable Embedded Software
  • Design Methods
  • Operation, Observation, Adaptation

 

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Initiators
Prof. Jörg Henkel (Coordinator)  
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology  

 

Prof. Oliver Bringmann
Uni Tübingen

 

Prof. Andreas Herkersdorf
TU München

 

Prof. Wolfgang Rosenstiel
Uni Tübingen

 

Prof. Norbert Wehn
TU Kaiserslautern

 

Mini-Workshop Munich

Mini-Workshop Munich
Name:

Mini-Workshop Munich

Year:

2011

Venue:

TU Munich

Date:

07.03.2011

Project Leader:

Prof. Samarjit Chakraborty, TU München

Prof. Ulf Schlichtmann, TU München

Topic:

Abstraction of Device Level Characteristics

The SPP 1500 Mini-Workshop on Abstraction of Device Level Characteristics takes place on March 7th in Munich.

The topic of this workshop is the handling of physical low-level effects as well as their abstraction and propagation to the architecture level.

Subject of discussions will also be which information can be made available from lower levels and how this can be integrated in higher abstraction levels.

 

If you wish to attend this Mini-Workshop, please add yourself under https://terminplaner.dfn.de/foodle.php?id=qj7wspamhwji3v7k by February 25th.