TEAChER: TEach AdvanCEd Reconfigurable architectures and tools
K. Siozios, P. Figuli, H. Sidiropoulos, C. Tradowsky, K. Maragos, S. P. Delicia, D. Soudris and J. Becker
International Workshop on Applied Reconfigurable Computing (ARC), pp. 103-114, April 2015, Bochum, Germany
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This paper presents an on-going collaboration project, named TEACHER for providing breakthrough knowledge to students and young researchers on reconfigurable computing and advanced digital systems. The project is intended to cover topics like architectures and capabilities of field-programmable gate arrays, languages for the specification, modeling, and synthesis of digital systems. Furthermore design methods, computer-aided design tools, reconfiguration techniques and practical applications are taught. The virtual laboratory enables the remote students to easily interact with a set of reconfigurable platforms in order to control experiments through the internet. By using the user-friendly interface, the remote user can change predefined system parameters and observe system response either in textual, or graphical format. In addition such a virtual laboratory includes a booking system, which enables remote users to conduct experiments in advance.

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