SUMMER SCHOOL on
Application-Specific Multi-Processor SoC
- 12 July 2002, Château de Pizay, France
: Lecture slides now available
The principal objective of this course is to study the emerging areas of Application-Specific Multi-Processor System-on-Chip (SoC). The main idea is to gather key R & D people from the different domains required to master this new kind of systems where designers have to integrate more than one instruction set processor on a single chip, these may include DSPs and microcontrollers. Typical applications are wireless, image processing, XDSL, network processors and game computers.
The 5-day course is organized as a set of 9 half-day sessions including each 3 tutorials that give comprehensive presentations of state-of-the-art research in academia and advanced practices from industry. This course is a unique occasion to listen to more than 20 top world-class professors in the 5 key areas required for the training of next-generation SoC designers.