Présentation du séminaire IRCICA « architectures bio-inspirées » du 20 mai 2015

Le programme du séminaire est le suivant:

9h30-9h45 : Accueil et introduction (Pierre Boulet)
9h45-10h15 : « Neuromorphic computing with memristive devices » (Fabien Alibart)
10h15-10h45 : « Comportements memristifs dans les dispositifs magnétoélectriques artificiels » (Théo Mathurin)
10h45-11h : Pause café
11h-11h30 : « Simulation de membrane neuronale » (Sarah Hedayat)
11h30-12h : « N2S3 est prêt pour la simulation » (Mahyar Shahsavari)
12h-12h30 : « Images, apprentissage et spikes » (Marius Bilasco)

July 20, 2015Permalink

École thématique ARCHI’15

Nous organisons du 8 au 12 juin 2015 l’école thématique ARCHI’15 « Architecture des systèmes matériels et logiciels embarqués, et méthodes de conception associées ». Toutes les informations sur cette école sont sur son site : Nous aurons plaisir à vous y rencontrer.

April 28, 2015Permalink

Séminaire de Juri Lelli

Le 26 Mai 2015 à 10h – 11h, dans l’amphitheatre à IRCICA, Juri Lelli (ARM Ltd) présentera le séminaire:

What’s so fun about the Linux Scheduler? and why you might want to start playing this game

The last few years have seen a lot of activity on the Linux Kernel Mailing List around the Linux Scheduler. Among others, ARM Ltd. has developed solutions for efficient scheduling on heterogeneous (big.LITTLE) architectures; The RETIS Laboratory of the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna (Pisa, Italy) has invested time in developing and pushing to mainline an implementation of a well known real-time scheduling algorithm for time sensitive applications. Since I was part of the latter research activity and I recently joined the former endeavour, in this talk I will give an overview of both research activities. I will also discuss possible applications with an eye towards open questions and research opportunities. For the keywords eager, I will talk about: SCHED_NORMAL (Completely Fair Scheduling, SCHED_DEADLINE (Constant Bandwidth Server), big.LITTLE systems and Energy Models, Global Task Switching (GTS/HMP), Energy Aware Scheduling (EAS), Dynamic Voltage and Frequency Scaling (DVFS)… and beers!


Juri Lelli received a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering at the University of Pisa (Italy) in 2006, and a Master’s degree in Computer Engineering at the University of Pisa (Italy) in 2010 with a thesis titled “Design and development of real-time scheduling mechanisms for multiprocessor systems”.  He then earned a PhD degree at the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna of Pisa, Italy (ReTiS Lab). His PhD thesis focused on reducing the gap between classical real-time theory and practical implementation of real-time scheduling algorithms on General Purpose Operating Systems, with a special focus on Linux. At the moment, he works at ARM Ltd., where he continues contributing to the Linux scheduler development.


Venez nombreux!



April 28, 2015Permalink

Welcome to Giuseppe, Clément and Ibrahim

The Émeraude teams has recruited 3 new members in September 2014:

  • Giuseppe Lipari, professor at Univ. Lille 1
  • lément Ballabriga, assistant professor at Univ. Lille 1
  • Khalil Ibrahim Hamzaoui, PhD student of Univ. Oujda, Morocco and Univ. Lille 1

Welcome to them!

September 10, 2014Permalink

PhD thesis defense of Mohammed Kamel Benhaoua

Mohammed Kamel Benhaoua has defended his PhD thesis at Univ. Oran, Algeria, on Wednesday June 11, 2014. He was co-advised by Pierre Boulet of team Émeraude and Abou El Hassan Benyamina of LAPECI, Oran. The title of his work is “Dynamic Mapping of Intensive Embedded Applications in NoC-based Heterogeneous MPSoCs”.

June 12, 2014Permalink

Welcome to Mahyar

Mahyar Shahsavari has joined the team the 1st of October as a PhD student. His thesis title is “Memristor-based spiking neural network: coding and architecture”.

October 3, 2013Permalink

Stagiaires 2013

Cette année nous accueillons trois stagiaires de L3 (avril/juin 2013)

  • Christophe Bacara, en stage de L3 sur des analyses de pointeurs dans LLVM, sous la direction de Laure Gonnord et Pierre Boulet
  • Guy Grave, stage de L3 simulation de réseaux neuronaux avec Brian, sous la direction de Philippe Devienne et Pierre Boulet
  • Lucas Seguinot, stage de L3 sur un algo de terminaison de programmes C, sous la direction de Laure Gonnord (et David Monniaux, Grenoble)