Please read the full press at the following link: http://www.cs.ucla.edu/ucla-and-cornell-research-team-win-award-from-intel-and-the-national-science-foundation-for-heterogeneous-computing-research-effort/
Prof. Cong delivered a keynote speech at the 2017 China National Computer Congress (CNCC) on October 27, 2017 held in Fuzhou, China. The title of Prof. Cong’s speech is “Computing Near the End of Moore’s Law”. Prof. Cong is awarded “Distinguished Contribution Award” by the China Computer Federation (CCF) on CNCC. Slides available here: http://vast.cs.ucla.edu/~cong/slides/cncc2017_final_JasonCong.pdf…
Prof. Jason Cong was inducted to the National Academy of Engineering on Oct. 8, 2017 in Washington DC for pioneering contributions to application-specific programmable logic via innovations in field-programmable gate array synthesis.
Prof. Cong giving keynote at IISWC’2017 Prof. Cong delivered a keynote speech at the 2017 IEEE International Symposium on Workload Characterization (IISWC’17) on October 2, 2017 held in Seattle, WA. The title of Prof. Cong’s speech is “Characterization and Acceleration for Genomic Sequencing and Analysis”. The talk covers background on genomic processing pipeline, workload characterization and optimization and acceleration developed in…
Computer Science Department authors Jason Cong, Zhenman Fang, Michael Gill, Farnoosh Javadi, and Glenn Reinman have received a Best Paper Award at MEMSYS 2017 (2-5 October, Washington DC) for their recent paper AIM: Accelerating Computational Genomics through Scalable and Noninvasive Accelerator-Interposed Memory (https://memsys.io/). An abstract of this paper follows:Computational genomics plays an important role in health care, but is computationally challenging as most genomic…
This collaborative work involves a team of researchers from several areas of UCLA. Professor Jason Cong and Professor Tad Blair from UCLA’s Brain Research Institute are refining the wireless miniscope to give it built-in, energy-efficient computing capability for real-time feedback and analysis. Please read about this ground-breaking research on the UCLA Newsroom website: http://newsroom.ucla.edu/releases/8-3-million-grant-from-national-science-foundation-will-help-ucla-spread-technology-behind-mini-microscope
The full press release is available at: http://engineering.ucla.edu/augmented-reality-making-it-secure-fast-efficient-and-resilient/
Congratulations to Peng Wei (advisor: Prof. Jason Cong) for receiving the 2016-2017 Symantec Outstanding Graduate Student Research Award.
Congratulations to Bingjun Xiao (PhD’2015, advisor, Jason Cong), whose dissertation “Communication Optimization for Customizable Domain-Specific Computing”, has been awarded the 2016 EDAA Outstanding PhD Dissertation Award. The award was presented at the conference DATE 2017 – Design, Automation & Test in Europe, on Mar 28 in Lausanne, Switzerland.The full press release of EDAA is available at http://www.edaa.com/press_releases/EDAA_Award_2016_Results.pdf…
In celebrating the 25th anniversary of the FPGA Symposium, which took place February 22nd through 24th in Monterey, California, ACM/SIGDA TCFPGA initiated the FPGA and Reconfigurable Computing Hall of Fame program at the symposium. The paper entitled “FlowMap: An Optimal Technology Mapping Algorithm for Delay Optimization in Lookup-Table Based FPGA Designs” by Prof. Jason Cong and his former PhD student Dr….