嘉 宾：Wayne Luk
This talk describes recent research on methods for systematically developing run-time reconfigurable designs for field-programmable devices such as FPGAs. An approach for analysing designs involving run-time reconfiguration will be presented, showing how the degree of parallelism in a reconfigurable design can influence reconfiguration time and performance. The extension of this approach for optimising energy consumption will be covered. The potential of adopting run-time reconfiguration for various applications,such as communication and computational finance, will be addressed.
Wayne Luk is Professor of Computer Engineering in Department of Computing at Imperial College London, where he founded and leads the Custom Computing Research Group. He was Visiting Professor at Stanford University from 2006 to 2009. His research interests include reconfigurable computing, field-programmable technology, and design automation. He is a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering, a Fellow of IEEE and a Fellow of BCS.