Published on Mon, 15 Dec 2014
in PRESS RELEASES
The Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden (cfaed), the Cluster of Excellence of Technische Universität Dresden (TUD) for Electronics, strengthens its research program with two international top scientists in the area of organic electronics: Prof. Dr. Stefan Mannsfeld joined the Cluster from Stanford University/US. He was born in Dresden and returned to the university where he started his research career. Prof. Xinliang Feng worked at the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Mainz and Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China, before he followed the call to Dresden as Professor for ”Molecular Functional Materials.” Interdisciplinary research on a high level on the one side, a family-friendly environment with affordable child care on the other side were amongst the reasons for choosing TU Dresden
Read more … More Scientific Excellence for cfaed: Two New Professors in the Field of Organic Electronics
Published on Fri, 12 Dec 2014
We started a new series at our website. Every week we will post a portrait of one of our many international scientists. The series refers to the people we show in our glossy 2015 calendar. The calendar features the presented people in very condensed style. For those who want to read more, we suggest to follow the blog series at our homepage!
Today we go on - we present you Sadia Moriam, who is a PhD student in cfaed's Resilience Research Path. To visit her home city Dhaka in Bangladesh, she has to travel about 8,000 kilometers. However, Sadia feels at home in Dresden, as she is, for instance, a fan of the special ambiance during the advent.Go to Sadia's portrait
Published on Tue, 09 Dec 2014
We are proud to invite you to attend Professor Xinliang Feng’s inaugural lecture! It will take place on 11 December 2014. The lecture will be followed by a small informal reception, where light refreshments will be served.
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Published on Fri, 05 Dec 2014
The cfaed Chair for Compiler Construction, together with Prof. Chadlia Jerad from ENSI (École Nationale des Sciences de l’Informatique) and ENIT (École Nationale d'Ingénieurs de Tunis) organized a Winter School on “Design, Programming and Applications of Multi-Processor System on Chip”. The Winter School was held in Tunis, Tunisia during the week of the 24th of November and enjoyed a not-so-wintery, sunny atmosphere with over 20 degrees.The school addressed different topics, from hardware (e.g., customized processors, hardware accelerators, coarse-grained reconfigurable architectures, networks on chip and multicore design), software tools and methodologies (e.g., high-level and behavioral synthesis, compilers and languages for multi-processor systems, electronic system level design and verification). The technical agenda was closed with presentations and discussions around the links between the embedded and high-performance computing communities. The school was sponsored mostly by the DAAD Transformationspartnerschaft program, which allowed to put together a high-end group of lecturers like Prof. Nagel (TU Dresden), Prof. Teich (University Erlangen-Nuremberg), Prof. Leupers (RWTH Aachen), Prof. Chattopadhyay (NTU Singapore) and Prof. Bertozzi (University of Ferrara) among others. The school was well attended with over 30 participants from different backgrounds and career stages (master students, Tunisian and German PhD students and local professors).More information here
Today we start with the first part- we present you the first appointed professor of cfaed, Jeronimo Castrillon. He joined the Cluster in August 2014.
Follow the link to the portrait.Follow the link to Jeronimo's Chair for Compiler Construction.
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