The next revolution in multicore, energy-efficient and high-performance computing.
Now in its fifth successful year, the multicore challenge is a conference and tools event held every year near Bristol and Bath. It considers both the challenges and opportunities in building products based on multiple cores – from embedded industrial/consumer products and PC applications to mobile phones and high performance compute clusters.
The conference is built on the South West’s international reputation as hub for multicore research and development, both legacy (e.g. Inmos and Division) and the vast array of present day innovators (e.g. XMOS, ST, Imagination, MindSpeed and ARM). The high-calibre of speakers and tool demonstrations attracts a wide range of delegates and companies and continues to grow year-on-year.
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This year our main themes are Architectures, Languages and Multicore for Mobile, with presentations and tool demonstrations from a wide range of industry experts.
|When:||23 September, 2014|
|Venue:||UWE Conference Centre (University of the West of England)|
|Cost:||FREE to attend as a delegate (click here to Register)|
The Agenda (and Presentations
Click on the speakers name to read an abstract of the talk and to view the presentation recording.
Welcome and Morning Keynote
|08:30||Arrival: Registration and Coffee|
|09:15||Welcome: Mike Bartley, Test and Verification Solutions|
|09:20||Keynote: Jim Whittaker, EVP of the Imagination MIPS Processor IP product|
Moderated by Mike Bartley
|10:00||Architectures||David May, University of Bristol and XMOS|
|10:20||Languages||Simon McIntosh-Smith, University of Bristol|
|10:40||Multicore for Mobile||Stephen Felix, NVidia|
|11:00-11:30||Morning Break & Networking|
Multi-track Themed Conference Sessions
|Moderated by: David May|
|Moderated by: Simon McIntosh-Smith|
Multicore for Mobile
|Moderated by: Steve Felix, NVidia|
|12.45-13-30||Lunch Break & Networking||Opportunity to see tool demonstrations|
|13:30-14:10||Keynote||Simon Knowles, XMOS|
Multicore Tool Demonstrations
|14:15-15:45||Each demonstration is 25 minutes long and repeated every 30 minutes).
Delegates to chose which 3 sessions to attend on the day (space permitting)
|15:45-16:15||Afternoon Break & Networking|
Closing Panel Discussion
|16:15-17:00||Moderated by: Mike Bartley, TVS