HLL Study wins Synplicity Award at SPL 2007

Synplicity "Comparative Analysis of High Level Programming for Reconfigurable Computers: Methodology and Empirical Study", a study conducted last summer at ARSC has won "Synplicity Best Paper Awards" at SPL2007 held on February 26-28, 2007 in Mar del Plata, Argentina. [Link]


CHREC NSF Center Newspaper Article

GWU"... The National Science Foundation announced last month that it would award GW with the funding to create a Center for High Performance Reconfigurable Computing in Tompkins Hall. The initiative is helping pave the way for the development of some of the world's most advanced and compact computers..." [Link]



HPC Academic Excellence Initiative

GWU"...The George Washington University's Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Donald R. Lehman announced today the selection of eight new signature academic programs and five strategic initiatives that will receive nearly $2.4 million as part of the University's Strategic Plan for Academic Excellence. The funding comes from a nearly $4.5 million special endowment payout approved by GW's Board of Trustees..." [Link]



NSF CHREC News Article

CHREC"....Research in the field of high-performance computing at the University received a powerful boost with the recent establishment at GW of the National Science Foundation Center for High-Performance Reconfigurable Computing (CHREC). Funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF), its Industry/University Cooperative Research Centers program (I/UCRC), and more than 20 government and industrial organizations, CHREC will be one of the world’s most advanced research centers for high- performance reconfigurable computers, known as supercomputers...." [Link]



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