ESWEEK (Embedded Systems Week) is piloting a new education track, where in, top researchers in the world will teach 2-hour topical class on emerging/newer, but well established embedded systems concepts, tools and methods that are not readily available in textbooks in an exciting, engaging and hands-on way to students across the globe, especially the ones that do not have access to high quality educational content.
The theme for ESWEEK Education this year is “Embedded Learning”. Please register for the ESWEEK Education classes through the main ESWEEK registration link. Please note that a limited number of attendee registration fee waivers are available for attendees with demonstrated need. More information about the ESWEEK attendee registration fee waiver program is on the registration page. In case of any questions/clarifications, please contact: Akash Kumar.
|DATE/Time||Class 1||Class 2||Class 3|
|9-11 am, Sat, Oct 09, 2021 EDT||A1. Edge AI Systems, by Prof. Lin Wang, VU Amsterdam||A2. Memory-Centric Computing, by Prof. Onur Mutlu, ETH Zurich and CMU||A3. Learn to Drive (and Race!) Autonomous Vehicles, by Prof. Rahul Mangharam, University of Pennsylvania and Dr. Johannes Betz, University of Pennsylvania|
|11 am – 1 pm, Sat, Oct 09, 2021 EDT||B1. TinyML, by Prof. Vijay Janapa Reddi, Harvard University||B2. Neural Networks and Accelerator Co-design, by Dr. Nicolas J Fraser, Xilinx||B3: Face verification using few-shot deep learning by Prof. Amit Sethi, and Abhijeet Patil, IIT Bombay|
|Date/Time||Class 1||Class 2||Class 3|
|9-11 am, Sat, Oct 10, 2021 EDT||C1. Spiking Neural Networks, by Prof. Priyadarshini Panda, Yale||C2. Neural Network Accelerator Design, by Prof. Yu Wang, Tsinghua University||C3. Research Reproducibility in Embedded Learning, by Dr. Romain Jacob, ETH Zurich|
|11 am – 1 pm, Sat, Oct 10, 2021 EDT||D1. Introduction to Neuromorphic Computing, by Prof. Helen Li, Duke University||D2. DNNs on FPGAs, by Prof. Jaesun Seo, Arizona State University||D3. Machine Learning for Manycore System Design and Optimization, by Prof. Jana Doppa, Washington State University and Dr. Biresh Kumar, Duke University.|