In August, two students of the NECST Lab
- coordinated by DEIB professor Marco Santambrogio
- won the Student FPGA award
and the PhD FPGA award
during the second edition of the Xilinx Open Hardware Design Contest
The Xilinx Open Hardware Design Contest
gives students the opportunity to showcase their technical and creative skills.
In May the NECST Lab
won the best demo award
at RAW 2016
, the 23rd Reconfigurable Architectures Workshop
, held in Chicago, USA.
RAW 2016 was associated with the 30th Annual IEEE International Parallel & Distributed Processing Symposium (IEEE IPDPS 2016).
In June, many researchers and PhD students of the NECST Lab gave several talks in the USA.
The full list of the prizes and the talks is available in the attached file.