Max Koenen, M.Sc.

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter  

Technische Universität München
Fakultät für Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik
Lehrstuhl für Integrierte Systeme
Arcisstr. 21
80290 München

Tel.: +49.89.289.23084
Fax: +49.89.289.28323
Gebäude: N1 (Theresienstr. 90)
Raum: N2118
Email: max.koenen@tum.de

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Hauptseminare

Real-Time Application Mapping Methods for NoC-based Many-Core Systems

Real-Time Application Mapping Methods for NoC-based Many-Core Systems

Beschreibung

Modern Multi Processor Systems on Chip (MPSoC) can contain tens or even hundreds of cores. These systems usually run different applications in parallel, with some of them being real-time applications. When mapping these applications to the different cores of an MPSoC it is important to consider the communication requirements of each application and the dependencies between different applications to not use more resources than necessary and, by that, to minimize interference and power consumption. The goal of this seminar is to provide an overview of common methods for real-time application mapping in MPSoCs that use a Network on Chip (NoC) for communication.

Betreuer:

Max Koenen

Online Fault Detection in Networks on Chip

Online Fault Detection in Networks on Chip

Beschreibung

Safety-critical applications, e.g. for autonomous driving, must be implemented as a fail-operational system that can continue its work even when parts of the hardware fail. When implementing such a fail-operational system on a Network-on-Chip (NoC)-based Multi Processor System on Chip (MPSoC), the system must be able to detect faults in the communication layer and react accordingly. The goal of this seminar is to survey and compare different approaches for online fault detection in the NoC.

Betreuer:

Max Koenen

Real-Time Application Mapping Methods for NoC-based Many-Core Systems

Real-Time Application Mapping Methods for NoC-based Many-Core Systems

Beschreibung

Modern Multi Processor Systems on Chip (MPSoC) can contain tens or even hundreds of cores. These systems usually run different applications in parallel, with some of them being real-time applications. When mapping these applications to the different cores of an MPSoC it is important to consider the communication requirements of each application and the dependencies between different applications to not use more resources than necessary and, by that, to minimize interference and power consumption. The goal of this seminar is to provide an overview of common methods for real-time application mapping in MPSoCs that use a Network on Chip (NoC) for communication.

Betreuer:

Max Koenen

Publikationen

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