Professor Anderson’s research aims to allow software design methodologies to be used for hardware design; particularly, hardware as implemented on field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs). FPGAs are programmable computer chips that can be configured in the field by the end user. Recently, FPGA chips have been deployed in cloud-computing environments, where they work alongside traditional processors to realize computations with better throughput and energy efficiency.
Learn more about Professor Anderson at: <www.eecg.toronto.edu/~janders>
Food and drinks provided!
See below for full schedule of talks:
Deepa Kundur Communications Tues 12-1pm, Nov 21 BA 2179
Luca Scardovi Systems Control Thur 1-2 pm, Nov 23 SF 2202
Jason Anderson Computer Engineering Thur 6-7pm, Nov 23 BA 2155
Sean Hum Electromagnetics Fri 12-1pm, Nov 24 BA 2135
Naomi Matsuura Nanotechnology, Molecular Imaging & Systems Biology Tues 12-1pm, Nov 28 BA 2179
Francis Dawson Energy Systems Thur 12-1pm, Nov 30 HA 403