Politecnico di Milano is the main Italian Technical University with over 38.000 students. The 2021 QS World University Rankings by Subject confirms Politecnico di Milano among the world top 20 universities in Engineering & Technology. Research at POLIMI is carried out at different levels: 44% of POLIMI research activities are within EU-projects, 16% are nationally funded, 4% are funded by foreign public institutions and 36% by private companies. POLIMI is also very active in filing patents: since 2009, between 26-45 patents have been filed each year. The Dipartimento di Elettronica, Informazione e Bioingegneria (DEIB) has about 840 members and it is one of the top Departments in Europe for research in Computer Science and Information Systems.
HEAP Lab, participating in this project, is a cross-disciplinary research team with skills covering High Performance Computing, Embedded and Cyber Physical Systems, Design Methodologies, Low-power Design of Software and Hardware, Compiler Construction, and Embedded Systems Security and Data Privacy. The group has been active for over two decades in designing architectures and in developing methodologies and prototype tools to support the automation of different design phases of advanced embedded and computing systems. In the last years, the Lab took part in several European projects focusing on high-performance computing, compiler implementation, hardware/software co-design, energy optimization, wireless sensor networks, etc. In particular, HEAP Lab brings to TEXTAROSSA the experience gained in three FETHPC projects: ANTAREX, MANGO, and RECIPE.
POLIMI is one of the co-founders of the CINI HPC Key Technologies and Tools laboratory, which collects the main Italian research groups working in the field of high performance computing.
CINI-POLIMI Role in TEXTAROSSA
POLIMI contributes to TEXTAROSSA mainly with its precision tuning (WP4) and thermal (WP3) and power management (WP4) techniques. Furthermore, POLIMI leads the dissemination and exploitation activities (WP7).
• Prof. Giovanni Agosta, Task 4.3 Leader
• Prof. William Fornaciari, WP7 Leader
• Dr. Federico Reghenzani, participate in WP4, Task 7.1 Leader
• Dr. Federico Terraneo, Task 3.4 Leader
• Dr. Davide Zoni, participate in WP2, Task 4.5 Leader
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