This Monday we had a really successful workshop on video processing on Zybo Z7 boards.
The workshop was prepared by the experts from Kamami.pl and Digilent. 20 participants have learned video processing techniques, Vivado and HLS.
We are looking forward more such workshops to come in the future!
On Monday 20th November 2017, we’ll be hosting a free of charge workshop on video processing on Zynq devices, organized by KAMAMI and Digilent.
Head out to [this] link and register!
First FPGA Summer Camp has ended last Friday. We had an entire month of coding, debugging, discussing and doing research. Once again thanks to all participants!
Here are some stats:
- 16 people have registered
- About 10 people attended each day
- We did projects concerning: video processing, algorithmics in HLS, neural networks and high speed networking, PS-PL communication on Zynq
- We survived temperatures 37+ degrees
- Only 4 pizzas were eaten
Do you have some free time during holidays and would like to check out how FPGAs work?
That’s great because we announce the summer internships!
From July 17th to August 11th at the Faculty of Physic, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science you can learn about the basics, try to develop some projects and run it on hardware. If you have some ideas but don’t have the hardware or experience you are also welcome.
Start by sending an email to grzegorz.korcyl (at) uj.edu.pl
Congratulations to dr. Paweł Strzempek for defending with distinction! His PhD thesis “Development and evaluation of a signal analysis and a readout system of straw tube detectors for the PANDA spectrometer”.
You can find his work under this [link]
Today we had a meeting with representants from Digilent and Kamami. After presenting our hardware related activities at Jagiellonian Univeristy we have discussed potential fields for cooperation. Many thanks go to Piotr Warchoł and Karol Farbaniec for participating and presenting Garage of Complexity and Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Students Association.
Recently two of our colleagues have defended their thesis based on research involving FPGAs.
The first one: “Particle track recognition on FPGA devices”, by Emilia Pieczonka and
The second one: “Particle track reconstruction on FPGA devices” by Kuba Cierlik
They both are from Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Automatics, Computer Science and Biomedical Engineering from University of Science and Technology.