XIV AM. Short Courses

COURSE 1. Building custom RISC-V Systems on Chip with open-source tools Coordinators: Alfonso Rodríguez & Andrés Otero   Summary:  Chipyard is an open-source framework for custom SoC generation developed at UC Berkeley. One of its main characteristics is that it enables … Read more

Oferta para tesis doctoral/PhD positionin in “Internet of Things Edge Computing and Interoperable Communication Technologies for Industry 4.0”

The goal of this PhD is therefore to research on novel middleware capabilities and interoperable communication mechanisms based on open and standardized technologies for the edge of the IoT, to create seamless integration among networked multi-sensing platforms and upper abstraction levels within the Industry 4.0 context, and in particular for the circular manufacturing ecosystem of KYKLOS 4.0 H2020 project. Read more

Oferta para tesis doctoral/PhD positionin in Neuroevolvable Hardware for Lifelong Learning in Cyber-Physical Systems

Neuroevolutionary algorithms for lifelong learning in robust Cyber-physical systems.
Evolutionary algorithms for automatic feature extraction for Self-adaptive CPSs.
Hardware architectures for Evolvable and Neuroevolvable systems in reconfigurable FPGAs.
Robust control techniques for autonomous CPSs based on automatic learning and evolvable hardware.
Fault-tolerance in Cyber-Physical Systems based on evolvable and neuroevolvable hardware properties. Read more

Wednesday Seminar by Borja Revuelta

On November 28, 2018, our Ph.D. candidate Borja Revuelta will talk about “Safe reconfiguration of Hardware Accelerators on multi-FPGA Platforms for Space Applications”, under Wednesday Seminar format.

Thesis defense by Airán Francés

On December 3, 2018 (11:00h) at Room Sala C of ETSII-UPM, our Ph.D. candidate Airán Francés will defend his Ph.D. Thesis entitled “Blackbox Nonlinear Modeling and Stability Analysis of DC Electronic Power Converters in Microgrids” and supervisor Professor Javier Uceda. … Read more

Wednesday Seminar by Rafael Zamacola

On November 21, 2018, our Ph.D. candidate Rafael Zamacola will talk about “IMPRESS: implementation of partial reconfigurable systems”, under Wednesday Seminar format.

Seminar by Professor Alireza Khaligh (University of Maryland at College Park)

Today at 16:00, the professor Alireza Khaligh (https://www.ece.umd.edu/faculty/khaligh) will lead a seminar about his work at Seminar Room. Background: Prof. Alireza Khaligh is the Director of the Power Electronics, Energy Harvesting and Renewable Energies Laboratory (PEHREL) at the Electrical and … Read more

Third General Assembly of CERBERO H2020 Project

The third General Assembly of CERBERO H2020 Project was held in Madrid from July 10th to July 12th, 2018 at the premises of UPM – CEI (Centre of Industrial Electronics). During these three days, scientific, technical and organizational discussions where … Read more

Wednesday Seminar by Diego Serrano

On July 11, 2018, our Ph.D. candidate Diego Serrano will talk about “Little box challenge ”, under Wednesday Seminar format.

Wednesday Seminar by Guillermo Salinas

On July 4, 2018, our Ph.D. candidate Guillermo Salinas will talk about “Thermal Modelling of Magnetic Components For Power Electronics”, under Wednesday Seminar format.