Hardware / Software Co-design Team
Welcome to the Hardware/Software Co-design Page of NTUA's Computing Systems Laboratory (CSLAB). Hardware/Software Co-design refers to design methodologies that divide the implementation of an algorithm into parts that can directly be mapped on hardware modules (Field Programmable Gate Arrays, FPGA) and parts that will be executed on a conventional microprocessor, proposing also an efficient communication scheme between the hardware modules and the microprocessor. This site offers an automated tool for the implementation of Embedded Systems for Syntactic Pattern Recognition applications.
The National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) is the leading and most prestigious Technical University in Greece. The Computing Systems Laboratory (CSLab) is one of the largest research laboratories in the Computer Science Division of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, NTUA. The lab has large involvement and participation in research and technological development (RTD) projects with strong national and european research partnerships. Its large computing infrastructure comprises several SMP architectures and various PC linux clusters from off-the-shelf nodes with high performance interconnects (SCI, GbE, Myrinet).
- Parallel and Distributed Computing Systems
- High Performance Computing and Networking Architectures
- Operating Systems Support
- High Level Hardware Design Automation
- Embedded (Networking) Systems
- Intelligent Computing Systems
- High Performance Medical Applications