Category: achievements

ICCAD Award from Opening Session ICCAD 2020

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David Atienza receives ICCAD award

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David Atienza, professor at the School of Engineering and Head of the Embedded Systems Laboratory (ESL), has received with his co-authors the IEEE/ACM ICCAD Ten Year Retrospective Most Influential Paper Award for the scientific publication entitled « 3D-ICE: Fast compact transient thermal modeling for 3D-ICs with inter-tier liquid cooling ». Presented at the IEEE/ACM International (…)

ISVLSI 2020 Best Paper Award!

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Congratulations to Halima Najibi, Alexandre Levisse, Marina Zapater and David Atienza for winning a best paper award at the IEEE Computer Society Annual Symposium on VLSI. The online presentation: The entire award ceremony:

ESL contributes to Al Jazeera video

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Al Jazeera have produced an animated story about a Michigan doctor who, having already battled against Ebola in West Africa, is now fighting the COVID-19 epidemic in New York City. We were asked to provide authentic coughing sounds, and were glad to participate in such a moving report, dedicated to the incredibly hard work of (…)

Global reaction to the Coughvid iniative

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The Coughvid project has been making waves in technology media worldwide.  There has been a Twitter storm, which over 500 tweets (you can follow us here), interviews on Swiss and US national radio, and articles written in a variety of languages. Below is a list of articles that show just some of the Coughvid impact (…)

Coughvid wins prize at LauzHack

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The Coughvid initative, which started life in LauzHack Against COVID-19, was the brainchild of Lara Orlandic (project student at ESL), who developed the idea with Stefano Vojinovic, Maja Stamenkovic, Alon Tchelet and Aurélien Kinet, under the guidance of Dr. Tomas Teijeiro and Prof. David Atienza. The project has now been awarded 3rd place in the (…)

David Atienza receives two prestigious Awards


Professor David Atienza is the recipient of two prestigious awards, the 2018 IEEE TCCPS Mid-Career Award, and the IEEE/ACM 2018 DAC under 40 Innovator Award. He officially received both prizes during the IEEE/ACM 2018 Design Automation Conference (DAC) in San Francisco. Professor David Atienza, head of the Embedded Systems Laboratory at the EPFL School of Engineering (…)

Prestigious ERC Consolidator Grant


Thanks to their bold, groundbreaking projects, EPFL professors David Atienza, Volkan Cevher, and Sebastian Maerkl each won a prestigious European Research Council (ERC) Consolidator Grant. The computer of the future, inspired by the human brain With his Compusapien project, David Atienza, head of the Embedded Systems Laboratory (ESL), aims to create computers that are faster (…)

David Atienza is named IEEE Fellow


Prof. David Atienza of the Embedded Systems Laboratoryhas been named IEEE Fellow “for contributions to design methods and tools for multiprocessor systems on chip“. David Atienza, only two years ago, you received an Early Career Award. Now you have been elected Fellow, and you are still in your thirties.  If you were speaking to young, (…)