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 (…)

BioAlps monitor progress of Coughvid

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The BioAlps Life Sciences Cluster featured the following article as part of their testimonial series. This series aims to provide a platform for the different life sciences actors from western Switzerland, who are active in finding and developing solutions to fight against the new coronavirus, to share their experience. The Embedded Systems Laboratory at EPFL (…)

Modular Biomedical Applications for Ultra-Low Power Heterogeneous Platforms – Elisabetta De Giovanni

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Embedded Systems Laboratory of EPFL IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems: ESWEEK-TCAD 2020

Swissinfo feature on Coughvid

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As we get closer to the first release of the Coughvid application, Swissinfo spoke to Tomas Teijeiro and David Atienza about its ongoing development. Coughs have been a valuable diagnostic tool for centuries. Today, being able to say whether you have a tell-tell dry Covid cough or a harmless hack is a crucial – perhaps (…)

Federated Learning Demands More Programmable Hardware

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Artificial intelligence itself has been a disruptive technology. Federated learning is an approach to AI that might end up disrupting AI itself. At the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), David Atienza, professor and director of Embedded Systems Laboratory, is spearheading an initiative to develop the technique, an alternative to the traditional centralized machine learning (…)

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:

EPFL, CHUV and ETHZ receive grant for research on epilepsy seizures

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Professors David Atienza and Pascal Frossard, from the School of Engineering, have been awarded a grant from the Fonds National Suisse de la Recherche Scientifique. David Atienza, from the Embedded Systems Laboratory (ESL), and Pascal Frossard, from the Signal Processing Laboratory 4 (LTS4), are part of a Sinergia project, titled: “PEDESITE: Personalized Detection of Epileptic (…)

David Atienza explains the Coughvid project in detail

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Slides in English, presentation in Spanish:

David Atienza presents at the first Swisstech seminar on COVID19

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David Atienza took part in the first public national symposium on the Swiss COVID response: Jump in to David’s presentation: 20 minutes 50 seconds

David Atienza speaks to Frontiers Media

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Prof. David Atienza was interviewed by open access journal Frontiers Media about the ongoing development of the Coughvid application: