First
          MOVE (ISA) processor board (1993)

 

PHD  and PDEng students

PHD and PDEng students (co-)supervised by Henk Corporaal
Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e)
Delft University of Technology (TUDelft)
                                                Katholic University Leuven (KULeuven)

  

Current PhD students (at TU/e)

  1. Sherif Eissa
    Efficient Deep Learning program, project P7 on Energy Efficient Processing Platforms for Deep Learning
  2. Floran de Putter
    Design, Implementation and Architectures for Deep Neural Networks supporting Smart Mobility
    Smart Mobility project with EE-VCA and NXP
  3. Sun Wei
    ZERO program, project P3 on Autonomous Roadside Monitoring
    Applying Deep Learning for Scene recognition, with Vinotion (Eindhoven)
  4. Mohammad Emad
    EDL program, project P4 on Deep Learning for High-Tech Systems & Materials
    With Thermo Fisher (Eindhoven)
  5. Barry de Bruin
    Brain Wave Computing: Extreme Low Power Computer Architecture foor 24/7 EEG measurement
  6. Gagandeep Singh
    Architectures for Near Memory Computing
  7. Lorenzo Chelini
    Efficient code generation for Near Memory Computing
  8. Stefano Corda
    Application analysis and (compile-time / run-time) optimizations for Near Memory Computing
  9. Mahsa Mousavi
    Fault tolerant computing, in particular for FPGA designs
    Part of the ASSUME project
  10. Savvas Sioutas
    Impuls project, with Oce
    Automatic code generation for printing SW pipelines, for multi-core processing platforms with vector support
  11. Gerard Nanninga
    Smart Appliance contribution for Demand Elasticity
  12. Mark Wijtvliet
    Automated Accelerator Design
  13. Luc Waeijen
    Efficient mapping of Deep Learning algortihms, in particular of CNNs (Convolution Neural Networks), by advanced loop transformations exploiting local scratchpad memories through loop tiling, loop interchange, layer fusion, and data recomputation.
    Low power SIMDs (vector processors)
  14. Berk Ulker
    ZERO program, project P3 on Autonomous Roadside Monitoring
    Efficient Deep Learning using GPUs, with Vinotion (Eindhoven)
  15. Martin Roa Villescas
    ZERO program, project P2 on Autonomous Acoustic Systems (AAS)
    Efficient architectures for Bayesian Learning, with Sorama and Resound (Eindhoven)
  16. Patrick Wijnings
    ZERO program, project P2 on Autonomous Acoustic Systems (AAS)
    Efficient Bayesian Learning, with Sorama (Eindhoven)
  17. Kamlesh Singh
    First promotor Jose Pineda (NXP)
    Brain Wave Computing: extreme low power circuit and VLSI solutions.
  18. Ali Banagozar
    MNEMOSENE project: In-memory computing, using Memristor crossbars
    Efficient Memristor based Compute architectures
  19. Kanishkan Vadivel
    MNEMOSENE project In-memory computing, using Memristor crossbars
    Code generation for Memristor based architectures


Graduated PhD students at TU/e:

  1. Joao Bastos
    Second promotor; First promoter Jeroen Voeten
    Modular Specification and Design Exploration for Flexible Manufacturing Systems
    Graduated at TU/e: December 3, 2018
  2. Umar Waqas
    OCE Venlo
    Online scheduling of flowshops with bounded delays, re-entrance and sequence dependent setup times
    Graduated at TU/e, November 23, 2017
  3. Maurice Peemen
    Architectures and Accelerators for Convolutional Neural Networks, heavily exploiting Data Reuse by proper Loop-Transformations
    Graduated at TU/e, October 12, 2017
  4. Ang Li
    GPU Performance Modeling and Optimization
    Joined degree PhD program with NUS, National University of Singapore
    Graduated at TU/e on October 18, 2016
  5. Francesco Comaschi (2nd promotor Twan Basten)
    Robust online face detection and tracking
    Graduated: October 4, 2016
  6. Rik Jongerius
    System modeling and Accelerators for the SKA: Square Kilometer Array (Antenna)
    Graduated: 20 September 2016
  7. Roel Jordans
    Instruction-set Architecture Synthesis for VLIW Processors
    Graduated: 1 December 2015
  8. Gert-Jan van den Braak
    Improving GPU Performance; reducing memory conflicts and latency
    Graduated: 25 November 2015
    GPU-CC, a reconfigurable GPU architecture with Communicating Cores
  9. Raymond Frijns
    Dataflow-based Multi-ASIP Platform and Design framework for Digital Control Applications
    Graduated: April 29, 2015
  10. Firew Siyoum
    Design-time Analysis of Real-time Dynamic Streaming Applications
    Graduated:  November 19, 2014
  11. Dongrui She
    Compiler and Design Framework for Low Energy Wide SIMD Architectures with Explicit Datapath
    Graduated: November 27, 2014
  12. Cedric Nugteren (2nd promotor Prof. Henri Bal, VU Amsterdam)
    Improving the programmability of GPUs
    Graduated: April 30, 2014
  13. Morteza Damavandpeyma (2nd promotor Prof. Twan Basten)
    Model-Driven Scheduling of Dynamic Streaming Applications on MPSoCs
    Graduated: October 24, 2013
  14. Yifan He
    Low Power Architectures for Streaming Applications
    Graduated: October 13, 2013
  15. Tommi Maata
    Philips Research
    Sensor Fusion in Smart Camera Networks for Ambient Intelligence
    Graduated: July 1, 2013
  16. Yang Yang (2nd promotor, 1th promotor Prof. Twan Basten)
    Exploring resource/performance trade-offs for streaming applications on embedded multiprocessors
    Graduated: July2, 2012
  17. Orlando Moreira
    ST-Ericsson
    Temporal Analysis and Scheduling of Hard-Real Time Radios running on a Multi-Processor
    Graduated: January 10, 2012
  18. Ahsan Shabbir
    Predictable Multi-Processor System on Chip Design for Multimedia Applications
    Graduated: November 10, 2011
  19. Mathias Funk
    On the design of Self-Obeserving Systems
    Graduated: March 23, 2011
  20. Benny Akesson NXP-TUE (2nd promotor; 1th promotor Kees Goossens)
    Predictable and Composable System-on-Chip Memory Controllers
    Graduated February 24, 2010
  21. Rob Hoes NUS - TUE
    Configuring Heterogeneous Wireless Sensor Networks under Quality-of-Service Constraints
    Graduated Oct 5, 2009
  22. Pu Yu NUS-TUE (2nd promotor, 1th promotor Jose Pineda)
    On the Road towards Robust and UltraLow Energy CMOS Digital Circuits Using Sub/Near Threshold Power Supply
    Graduated September 23, 2009
  23. Andreas Hansson NXP-TUE (with 2nd promotor Kess Goossens)
    A Composable and Predictable On-Chip Interconnect
    Graduated June 17, 2009
  24. Arno Moonen (2nd promotor with 1th promotor Ralph Otten)
    Predictable Embedded Multiprocessor Architecture for Streaming Applications
    Graduated June 15, 2009
  25. Akash Kumar TUE - NUS
    Design of predictable multi-processor systems and their resource management
    Graduated April 28, 2009
  26. Calin Ciordas (Co-Promotor Prof. Twan Basten)
    Monitoring-Aware Network-on-Chip Design
    Graduated: December 15, 2008
  27. Vincent Nollet IMEC
    Centralized Run-Time Resource Management for Future MPSoC Platforms
    Graduated 24 April 2008
  28. Valentin Gheorghita TUE
    FAME, flexible application mapping environment
    Graduated 4 December 2007
  29. Oana Florescu TUE
    BODERC project: modeling RT controlers
    Graduated 4 December 2007

  30. Sander Stuijk TUE
    PROMES: PROgramming Multi-processor Embedded multi-media Systems
    Graduated 25 October 2007
  31. Martin Palkovic IMEC D6
    Tradeoffs for applying Global Loop Transformations
    Graduated 24 September 2007
  32. Theo Marescaux IMEC
    Mapping and Management of Communication Services on MP-SoC Platforms
    Graduated 7 September 2007
  33. Kristof Denolf IMEC D6
    Coding Efficiency and Complexity Efficiency Relationship of Hybrid MC/DCT Video Codecs
    Graduated 7 June 2007
  34. Hamed Fatemi TUE
    Design of intelligent camera architectures (SmartCam)
    Graduated 21 March 2007
  35. Andrei Terechko Philips
    Design of Clustered VLIW architectures
    Graduated 5 February, 2007

Graduated PhD students at TUDelft and KULeuven

  1. Zhe Ma IMEC / KULeuven (2nd promotor, 1th promotor: Prof Francky Catthoor, IMEC / KULeuven)
    Exploration of interleaving tasks for power-efficient mapping of multi-media applications
    Graduated 24 January 2006 
  2. Tom Vander Aa KULeuven ACCA (1th promotor)
    Efficient use of the Instruction Memory Hierarchy through advanced Program Transformations
    Graduated 29 September 2005
  3. Murali Jayapala KULeuven ACCA  (Co-promotor, 1th promotor: Prof Francky Catthoor, IMEC / KULeuven)
    Distributed loop buffers: an energy efficient and scalable instruction memory hierarchy
    Graduated 29 September 2005
  4. Francisco Barat KULeuven ACCA (1th promotor)
    CRISP: an energy efficient reconfigurable VLIW architecture

    Graduated 24 May 2005
  5. Andrea Cilio (2nd promotor, 1th promotor Ad van de Goor)
    Compiler optimizations for embedded applications
    Graduated September 23, 2002
  6. Johan Janssen (2nd promotor, 1th promotor Ad van de Goor)
    Integrated register allocation and scheduling for TTAs
    Graduated September 17 2001
  7. Marnix Arnold (co-promotor, promotor Ad van de Goor)
    Instruction set determination and scheduling for embedded applications
    Graduated March 5, 2001
  8. Jan Hoogerbrugge  (co-promotor, promotor Ad van de Goor)
    Code generation for Transport Triggered Architectures
    Graduated February 5, 1996

Graduated PDEng students

  1. Shakith Fernando
    PDEng Student
    MAMPSx: a framework for rapid design of predictable, heterogeneous MPSoCs
    Graduated: June 22, 2015
  2. Alicia Sanchez Crespo (PDEng)
    Investigation of applications for CMOS sensor
    Research performed at NXP
    Graduated September 12, 2013
  3. Panos Afxentis Axentis (PDEng)
    Automatic Quality Control for Apples
    Research performed at ELLIPS
    Graduated September 12, 2013
  4. Charles Greiner, PDEng student (SAI-ICT direction) TU/e
    Automating the integration of SoC virtual prototypes
    Graduated 29 March 2006
  5. Eddy Olk (Chartered Engineer; TWAIO) TUDelft
    PARSE: Parallel Architecture Simulation Environment
    Graduated 1995

Other PhD / TWAIO students:

  1. Alexandre S. Nery
    Efficient hardware sharing of custom instructions in ASIPs
    Dual degree PhD program with URFJ (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro), Brasil
    Together with Lech Jozwiak, Felipe Franca and Nadia Nedjah.
    Graduated at UFRJ, December 2014
  2. Mohammad Tahghighi (TU/e 2017)
    BrainWave project: Design of a flexible, energy efficient architecture for EEG analysis
  3. Tong Geng (TU/e 2016)
    Fault Tolerant Computing: Making SIMDs fault tolerant
    (was part of the ASSUME project)
  4. Erkan Diken
    Construction and exploitation of VLIW ASIPS with heterogeneous SIMD-Widths
    TU/e 2013-2017
  5. Zhenyu Ye
    Modeling and Design Space Exploration of CPSs (Cyber Physical Systems), in particular adaptable embedded vision controled mechatronic systems
    Promotors Henk Nijmeijer and Pieter Jonker
  6. Amir Hossein Ghamarian TUE
    PROMES: PROgramming Multi-processor Embedded multi-media Systems
  7. Peter Vanbroekhoven KULeuven CS
    Program transformations for Dynamic Single Assignment and Pointer removal: enabling data memory optimizations
  8. Erik Brockmeijer IMEC D6
    Optimizing the data memory hierarchy by actively exploiting data reuse
  9. Rose Lu Xiujuan NUS - TUE
    New Generation Robotics: combining a mini- and a maxi-robot
    Finished Master of Engineering NUS, 2007
  10. Hamid Shojaei TUE
    Dependable Sensor Networks
  11. Steven Roos TUDelft
    Scheduling for arbitrarily connected VLIW processor architectures
  12. Marian Stanca TUDelft
    Low power issues in code generation and architecture design
  13. Jeroen Hordijk TUDelft
  14. Multi-threaded architectures
  15. Paul van der Arend (TWAIO) TUDelft
    Design and implementation of the MOVE32INT processor
    1993