Last week we finished FPGA Summer Camp 2018 with great results.
Thank you all for cooperation! It was a full month filled with research and hard-work that brought a lot of fun to everyone. Below you can find some slides from participants that sum up our work a bit:
All projects were developed mostly using High Level Synthesis and form nice base projects, which can now be extended.
If you are interested in any of those topics, feel free to register to FPGA Symposium 2018 where most of them will be presented during the poster/demonstration session!
The summer comes to an end, but in case you would be interested in developing your own project, contact us at any time.
We have just finished second week of the FPGA Summer Camp 2018.
Today attendees presented their recent work and research in given topics. All projects are currently being developed in High Level Synthesis and present modern trends in applications where FPGAs are considered. Below you can find a list of projects:
- Development of encoding engine for tANS data compression algorithm
- Research on High Performance Computing – evaluation of LINPACK benchmarks on FPGAs
- Video processing – drawing 3D objects, dynamically controlled by an IMU sensor on HDMI stream
- Machine learning – neural network trained on MNIST data set inference
- Analysis of hashing algorithms for cryptocurrency mining
Stay tuned for more details and results!
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