Webinar: Toward Lightspeed Simulation Thanks to Multi-GPU Computing

Webinar: Toward Lightspeed Simulation Thanks to Multi-GPU Computing
by Admin on 01-11-2023 at 3:05 pm

*This webinar is offered at multiple time slots. Please see the drop down menu above.*

With the evolution of compute technology, simulating the behavior of the light with Speos has evolved through many groundbreaking steps enabled by new computing technologies, from a basic intensity map of a single lightbulb 30 years ago toward… Read More


Protecting Connected IoT devices against Quantum computing threats: Post Quantum Cryptography

Protecting Connected IoT devices against Quantum computing threats: Post Quantum Cryptography
by Admin on 04-06-2022 at 1:31 pm

Thursday, April 28, 2022

  • 10:00 AM (CET)
  • 5:30 PM (CET) / 11:30 AM (EST)

Webinar Abstract

In a world of ubiquitous connected devices, massive exchange of sensitive data must be protected with cryptographic functions. It is also necessary to prepare for the advent of quantum computers which will make classic asymmetric cryptography… Read More


2021 IEEE Space Computing Conference (SCC)

2021 IEEE Space Computing Conference (SCC)
by Admin on 07-29-2021 at 3:37 pm

*** ANNOUNCING ***
A closed session will be held on Friday, 27 August, 2021. Information is available under the “EVENT INFO” option on the menu above. The draft conference schedule is also posted under the “EVENT INFO” menu option.

The safety of all conference participants is our top priority. SCC 2021

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Automotive Computing Conference 2020

Automotive Computing Conference 2020
by Admin on 11-17-2020 at 6:07 am

Why Attend?

The Automotive Computing Conference (ACC) is a two day conference focusing on the main issues around the development of high-performance computing (HPC) in automotive infrastructure for the vehicle of the future. The event is hosted by Arm, Elektrobit and Synopsys.

The conference will cover topics such as the stricter

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New Architectures for Automotive Intelligence

New Architectures for Automotive Intelligence
by Tom Simon on 03-14-2018 at 12:00 pm

My first car was a used 1971 Volvo 142 and probably did not contain more than a handful of transistors. I used to joke that it could easily survive the EMP from a nuclear explosion. Now, of course, cars contain dozens or more processors, DSP’s and other chips containing millions of transistors. It’s widely expected that the number … Read More


What’s old is new again – Analog Computing

What’s old is new again – Analog Computing
by Bernard Murphy on 01-02-2018 at 7:00 am

Once in a while I like to write on a fun, off-beat topic. My muse today is analog computing, a domain that some of us antiques in the industry recall with fondness, though sadly in my case without hands-on experience. Analog computers exploit the continuous nature of analog signals together with a variety of transforms to represent… Read More