HiPEAC magazine (January 2020) publishes “Smart power management:adapting the voltage and frequency to the application” written by Biagio Cosenza, Kaijie Fan, and Ben Juurlink
The bumper issue of the HiPEAC magazine (January 2020) focuses on the future of computing systems, presenting the HiPEAC Vision 2019 and other major computing and electronics roadmaps. Among published featured articles, “Smart power management:adapting the voltage and frequency to the application” written by Biagio Cosenza, Kaijie Fan and Ben Juurlink . (see HiPEAC magazine, […]
A new section, present on the site in the “EdTech” section, is dedicated to the most widespread technological innovations on school learning. An example: Teachable Machine 2.0
Here comes the intuitive and accessible Machine Learning: Google has developed Teachable Machine, a web-based tool that in three simple steps (gather, train, export) allows you to recognize your own images, sounds and poses, without writing specific code. The model created can be used for projects, websites, apps and much more.
The network of associations involved in redefining the digital skills of the citizens of the 21st century is born: “be safe, solve problems and become a force for good in the digital world”. Among the partners, in addition to ISTE: Google, Education Facebook, Common Sense Education, KQED, Digital Citizenship Institute, and many more are joining. […]
Workshop in Hypergraphs: Theory, Applications AND CHALLENGES, Università degli Studi di Salerno, ITALY November 4-8, 2019
With the increasing availability of massive data about real phenomena as well as patterns generated by the inter-actions of the components of a complex system, the ability to analyze large-scale networks and their behavior has become critically important, and this has led to the development of several scalable graph processing systems. In reality (for instance […]
Best Paper award nominee of AsiaSim 2019: On Evaluating Rust as a Programming Language for the Future of Massive Agent-Based Simulations, A. Antelmi, G. Cordasco, M. D’Auria, D. De Vinco, A. Negro, C. Spagnuolo
Nomination “Best paper award” of AsiaSim 2019: “On Evaluating Rust as a Programming Language for the Future of Massive Agent-Based Simulations” di A. Antelmi, G. Cordasco, M. D’Auria, D. De Vinco, A. Negro, C. Spagnuolo in “19th Asia Simulation Conference, AsiaSim 2019”, Singapore, October – November 1th, 2019.
Biagio Cosenza is a new member of the HiPEAC network. The HiPEAC network (High Performance and Embedded Architecture and Compilation) – funded by the Computing Systems research sector of the FP7-ICT, the seventh framework program of the European Community – was initially formed in 2004. HiPEAC was created to organize the community of computer systems […]
ISISLab research group will attend the Italian Workshop on Parallel and High Performance Computing Technologies in Bologna, September 5th, 2019
Carmine Spagnuolo and Biagio Cosenza will present the research group of the ISISLab laboratory of the Computer Science Department (University of Salerno) at the following workshop: “Italian Workshop on Parallel and High Performance Computing Technologies”, Bologna, September 5th, 2019 The detailed program with 30 presentations related to research groups and research topics in the area […]
The paper “A Domain-Specific Language for Scientific Computing on FaaS” di Gennaro Cordasco, Matteo D’Auria, Alberto Negro, Vittorio Scarano, Carmine Spagnuolo has been accepted at Euro-Par 2019: 1st International Workshop on Parallel Programming Models in High-Performance Cloud (ParaMo 2019) at Euro-Par 2019, Göttingen, Germany, August 26-30, 2019. Abstract:” Cloud Computing is widely recognized as distributed computing paradigm for the […]