During March and April 2018, CMC organized several one-day interactive seminars to explore research infrastructure requirements for heterogeneous computing implementations from small, low power sensor nodes, to network edge devices to the cloud. Specific infrastructure topics included needs and specifications for tools and platforms for:
- Application-Specific Instruction Set Processors (ASIPs) and hardware accelerators
- Open-source processor technology (RISC-V)
- Cloud-based heterogeneous computing cluster
- Support for implementing Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning demonstrations
The events included presentations by CMC, academic and industry experts demonstrating proposed infrastructure and research opportunities. Below are slides from several of the presentations (with permission from the presenters).