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FPGA Forum's Best Master Thesis Award

FPGA Forum's Best Master Thesis Award

FPGA Forum's price for best master thesis was won by Leif Tore Rusten and Gunnar Inge Sortland. The master thesis was supervised by Associate Professor Magnus Jahre, and co-supervised by Associate Professor Gunnar Tufte from our department.

In the winning thesis, Implementing a Heterogeneous Multi-Core Prototype in an FPGA, Rusten and Sortland implemented a heterogeneous multi-core processor complete with two processor core implementations, a mesh interconnect and off-chip interfaces.

Their research has also contributed to the IME Energy Efficient Computer Systems (EECS) strategic research area.

Read more about the price in the FPGA-prisen til flerkjernestudier (in Norwegian) article.

Photo: Einar Karlsen

By: Kai Torgeir Dragland     Published: 06.03.2013     
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