Category: achievements

David Atienza elected ACM Fellow

achievements, research

Prof. David Atienza has been elected as a Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) in recognition of: “the design of high-performance integrated systems and ultra-low power edge circuits and architectures.” The full list of recipients can be found here. New York, NY, January 18, 2023 — ACM, the Association for Computing Machinery, has (…)

ESL researcher rewarded for gender-based violence prevention technology

achievements, internetofthings, research, wearable

The Spanish Government Office against Gender-based violence has awarded the First Prize, for a PhD thesis that promotes technology protecting women against violence, to José Ángel Miranda Calero, for his research at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Dr Miranda Calero, who joined ESL as a post-doctoral assistant in 2022, pioneered a multimodal fear recognition (…)

Giovanni Ansaloni talks pervasive AI at SSIE

achievements, internetofthings, research

Dr. Giovanni Ansaloni lectured at the SSIE Summer PhD School of Information Engineering in Bressanone (Italy), advocating for a Swiss Knife of solutions to enable Artificial Intelligence at the edge. See on LinkedIn

Award for ESL paper on 3D MPSoCs Management with Integrated Flow Cell Arrays at GLSVLSI

achievements, research, thermalaware

The 32nd edition of GLSVLSI was held at Irvine, California from the 6th to 8th June, 2022. Congratulations to EDEE’s Doctoral Researcher Halima Najibi and her co-authors (Alexandre Levisse, Giovanni Ansaloni, Marina Zapater and David Atienza), who were awarded 3rd place Best Paper Award for their paper : Thermal and Power-Aware Run-Time Performance Management of 3D (…)

Understanding tech will shape the sports leaders of tomorrow

achievements, biomedical, health, research, wearable

ESL has been featured by Sport Business The opportunities afforded by cutting-edge technology in sport have filtered into all aspects of the industry in recent years, from broadcasting to fan experience and athlete training. Such a trend has been highlighted by AISTS’s decision to redesign its flagship Master of Advanced Studies (MAS) in Sport Management (…)

Intel funds EcoCloud Midgard-based research

achievements, internetofthings, memory, research, servers

An exciting new development in the progress of Midgard, a novel re-envisioning of the virtual memory abstraction ubiquitous to computer systems, sees a tech leader funding research that will bring together experts from Yale, the University of Edinburgh and EcoCloud at EPFL. Global semiconductor manufacturer Intel is sponsoring an EcoCloud-led project entitled “Virtual Memory for (…)

CHF 150,000 for smart wearables invented in Switzerland

achievements, biomedical, health, internetofthings, research, thermalaware, wearable

EPFL spin-off Sensemodi, focusing on monitoring joint health, wins the final stage of Venture Kick. Congratulations to the team of founders Tomás Teijeiro Campo, Jerome Thevenot, and David Atienza! Sensemodi is developing a smart wearable device that can analyse thermal, acoustic and kinematic data for fast joint health assessment at any Point of Care. The (…)

More computing, less energy

achievements, memory, research, servers, thermalaware

Today’s data centres have an efficiency problem – much of their energy is used not to process data, but to keep the servers cool. A new server architecture under development by the EU-funded COMPUSAPIEN project could solve this. © cherezoff / Adobe Stock As the digital revolution continues to accelerate, so too does our demand (…)

Atienza appointed Editor-in-Chief of IEEE TCAD

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Professor David Atienza has been appointed Editor-in-Chief by the IEEE Council on Electronic Design Automation (CEDA) for their flagship publication, IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems (TCAD), for the term 2022-2023. This nomination consolidates the strong leadership and recognition in the areas of EDA and computing systems engineering of the Institute (…)

David Atienza promoted to Full Professor

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It is with great pleasure that we announce that David Atienza has been named Full Professor at EPFL. Having studied computer science and engineering at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM), David received an EU Marie Curie Scholarship to pursue a Ph.D. degree jointly with IMEC in Belgium and UCM, in integrated circuit design and (…)