After finishing their master theses, three new staff members recently joined LIS and started working for their doctoral degrees. Lars Nolte and Tim Twardzyk will be active in a project targeting the optimization of on chip communication within multi- and manycore processor... [more]

Traffic light classification is an important feature for automated driving, and it requires correct separation of the color signals. The authors Korbinian Weikl, Damien Schroeder, and Walter Stechele propose a suitable color distance metric and methods for optimization of the... [more]

Three papers, authored solely by our team or in cooperation with industry partners, have been accepted for publication at NorCAS 2020: "HyVE: A Hybrid Voting-based Eviction Policy for Caches", by Akshay Srivatsa, Sebastian Nagel, Nael Fasfous, Nguyen Anh Vu Doan, Thomas Wild,... [more]

Today we got informed that the Steering Committee of the HiPEAC (High Performance and Embedded Architecture and Compilation) Network of Excellence awarded a HiPEAC Paper Award to our paper titled "SOSA: Self-Optimizing Learning with Self-Adaptive Control for Hierarchical... [more]

The paper titled "Binary DAD-Net: Binarized Driveable Area Detection Network for Autonomous Driving" has been presented at the International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA 2020). The paper was authored by Alexander Frickenstein, Manoj-Rohit Vemparala, Jakob Mayr,... [more]

Today the application periode for our Wolfgang Hillen Summer School on 'Modeling and Design of Next Generation Self-X MPSoC Platforms' startet. Please submit your applications to until April 17, 2020. For further details on the submission guidelines... [more]

For many years, we had a very fruitful collaboration within our joint NSF/DFG project IPF (Information Processing Factory) while he was working at University of California, Irvine as a member of DRG (Dutt research group). During that time he visited us several times as a guest... [more]