BSC presents European technologies of the future at HiPEAC20

21 January 2020

Taking place on 20-22 January in Bologna, this year’s HiPEAC conference focuses on the innovative made-in-Europe technologies driving computing systems from the edge to the cloud. Three plenary keynote talks, 24 workshops and 13 tutorials complement the main paper track. Additionally, there are three poster sessions.

Researchers from Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC) form a core part of the HiPEAC network, which numbers around 2,000 experts, and once again are playing a significant part in this major international event.

As reflected in the De-RISC, EPI and MEEP projects, BSC is championing open hardware architectures, with a number of presentations around this topic.

Among the events featuring BSC researchers are the following:

Monday, 20 January 2020

Tuesday, 21 January 2020

Francisco will be presenting a talk titled ‘DeepLearning Libraries in Critical Embedded Systems’ and chairing the session on ‘RISCV in critical systems: opportunities and challenges’.

Wednesday, 22 January 2020

David Trilla will be presenting a poster on the De-RISC project.

HiPEAC2020 will also once again feature HiPEAC’s tailored recruitment support provided by BSC’s Xavier Salazar, helping companies find candidates with the specialist skills to deliver the computing systems of the future. He will host the STEM student day Tuesday, 21 January, with around 100 students in attendance.

For further information, visit the HiPEAC website:

Social media hashtag: #HiPEAC20