From C/C++ to Dynamically Scheduled Circuits

Explore the journey from C/C++ to Dynamically Scheduled Circuits with Lana Josipović, an expert in high-level synthesis and reconfigurable computing. Join her recorded workshop session on innovative hardware design techniques.

  • Lana Josipović
  • July 19, 2023
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From C/C++ to Dynamically Scheduled Circuits

About the Speaker

Lana Josipović is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering at ETH Zurich. Prior to joining ETH Zurich in January 2022, she received a Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from EPFL, Switzerland. Her research interests include reconfigurable computing and electronic design automation, with an emphasis on high-level synthesis techniques to generate hardware designs from high-level programming languages. She developed Dynamatic, an open-source high-level synthesis tool that produces dynamically scheduled circuits from C/C++ code. She is a recipient of the EDAA Outstanding Dissertation Award, Google Ph.D. Fellowship in Systems and Networking, Google Women Techmakers Scholarship, and Best Paper Award at FPGA'20.

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