Following is our internal news.

  • Seminar July 17, 2017 new

    Title: Software Techniques for Soft Errors
    Date & Time: Thu, July 20, 10 am ~
    Place: 104 E204
    Speaker: Dr. Aviral Shrivastava, Associate Professor at Arizona State University

    Aviral Shrivastava
    Prof. Aviral Shrivastava is Associate Professor in the School of Computing Informatics and Decision Systems Engineering at the Arizona State University. He received his Ph.D. and Masters in Information and Computer Science from University of California, Irvine, and bachelors in Computer Science and Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. He is the recipient of 2011 NSF CAREER Award, 2011 Outstanding Junior Researcher in CSE at ASU. He is the second most prolific author at ESWEEK in the last 5 years, and has a 6-year running streak of papers at DAC. His research lies at the intersection of compilers and architectures of embedded and multi-core systems, with the goal of improving predictability, power, performance, and reliability. His research is funded by several federal agencies including NSF, DOE, NIST, and by several companies, including Intel, Toyota, Raytheon Missile Systems. He is currently serving as an associate editor in ACM TECS and IEEE TMSCS. This year, he is also the co-chair of CODES+ISSS 2017. He serves on organizing and program committees of several top embedded system conferences, including DAC, ISLPED, CODES+ISSS, CASES and LCTES, and regularly serves on NSF and DOE review panels.

  • GitLab up and running July 06, 2017


    As you know, we are using Git to manage our code etc. here at RNC lab.

    To make the Git experience even more pleasurable we have had our internal GitLab server.

    Now you can access GitLab anywhere in the world at this location: .

    It’s http over SSL, so the communication should be secure.

    Also I reinforced the server with more CPU cores.

    It should be reasonably responsive, though not as much as I want it to be.

    Let me know if you have suggestions/issues/etc.

    Happy coding!


  • Best paper award - Congrats to Sangyun! May 30, 2017

    Sangyun won a best paper award at the 24th Korean Conference on Semiconductors (KCS 2017) for his paper on coarse-grained reconfigurable architecture, in the category of VLSI CAD.
    Congratulations and keep up the good work!

  • Paper accepted to DAC 2017 February 18, 2017


    Our submission to DAC 2017 on stochastic computing based deep neural network, authored by Hyeonuk Sim and others, has been accepted for oral presentation at DAC 2017, Austin, Texas.

  • Papers accepted to DATE 2017 November 10, 2016

    Two papers accepted to DATE 2017. One for oral presentation (first-authored by Atul Rahman), and the other for interactive presentation (first-authored by Dong Nguyen), which does get included in the proceedings though shorter in length. Congratulations!

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