Author Archives: Nadjib Mammeri

Ben Juurlink and Georgios Keramidas guest editors of special issue of International Journal of Reconfigurable Computing

Ben Juurlink, coordinator of LPGPU2, and Georgios Keramides, technical coordinator of LPGPU2, are lead guest editor and resp. guest editor of the special issue on “Approximating (Deep) Neural Networks and Approximate Computing Using Reconfigurable Hardware” of the International Journal of Reconfigurable Computing. The International Journal of Reconfigurable Computing is published by Hindawi, which is one of the world’s largest publishers of peer-reviewed, fully Open Access journals. The EU strongly supports Open Access publications. Other guest editors of this special issue are Stephan Wong of TU Delft in the Netherlands; Antonio Beck of Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul in Porto Alegre in Brazil; and Chao Wang of the University of Science and Technology China in Suzhou, China. The Call for Papers can be found here

LPGPU2 Hackathon in Berlin

On the 22nd and 23rd of August, members of the LPGPU2 consortium held their first hackathon in Berlin with the aim of integrating different parts of the LPGPU2 tool suite, discussing project progress and refining plans for the upcoming tasks and deliverables. The event intermingled many coding sessions with several discussion/ planning sessions.


Prof. Ben Juurlink from TUB attended the 13th International Summer School on Advanced Computer Architecture and Compilation for High-Performance and Embedded Systems (ACACES) workshop which was held from the 9th to 15th of July at Fiuggi, Italy. Prof. Juurlink presented a poster about the LPGPU2 Project – Low-Power Parallel Computing on GPUs 2. He promoted the project to the wider ACACES/HiPEAC community and initiated collaboration opportunities with several research groups worldwide.

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Prof. Ben Juurlink from TUB attended the 20th International Software and Compilers for Embedded Systems (SCOPES) workshop which was held from the 12th June to 13th of June at Sankt Goar, Germany. Prof. Juurlink presented a paper titled “The LPGPU2 Project – Low-Power Parallel Computing on GPUs”. He also gave updates on the work performed by the consortium and promoted the LPGPU2 project to a distinguished audience, raising awareness about project’s outcomes and boosting its future impact.

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Ben Juurlink joins Advisory Board Tulipp Project

Ben Juurlink, professor at TU Berlin and coordinator of the LPGPU2 project, has become a member of the advisory board of the Tulipp Horizon2020 project (

Tulipp (Towards Ubiquitous Low-power Image Processing Platforms) develops a reference platform that defines implementation rules and interfaces to tackle power consumption issues while delivering high, efficient and guaranteed computing performance for image processing applications. LPGPU2, Tulipp and other Horizon2020 projects also jointly organized the PEGPUM2017 workshop.

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