University of California, Davis
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

EEC 289Q - Reconfigurable Computing
Fall 2004
Presentations and Project Meetings

 

         You need to familiarize yourself with the ideas behind the project assigned to you. In most cases, reading only one paper from the authors does not provide such insight.

         Each presentation should last about 30 minutes. It has to give an overview of the project, contributions, and novelty. In addition, you may want to elaborate one (or some) of the contributions of the project, if you feel the overview is not going to fill out the 30 min slot.

         I suggest you to consult with me in selecting the papers. In any case, send me some links to the webpage, and the papers that you plan to use for presentation. I will put the links on this page for class reference.

         You should try to use slides for presentations. You can either make/download them, or ask the authors to share them with you.

         New post (11/29): Each group should present their project including overview, motivation, approach, and results in 20 min. Please check your presentation date in the table below. You need to have almost finalized results when you present your project.

 

Name

Presentation Topic

Paper Presentation Date

Weekly Meeting

Project Presentation Date

Diei, Jean-Pierre

Pipe Wrench

16-Nov

T-4:00

9-Dec

Huang, Po-Kuan

RAPiD

18-Nov

M-1:30

9-Dec

Scott, Mackenzie

Chimera

2-Dec

M-1:30

9-Dec

Guo, Liping

SPS

2-Nov

M-2:00

7-Dec

Heath, Robert

Chameleon

23-Nov

M-3:00

7-Dec

Singh, Mandeep

GARP

28-Oct

M-3:30

9-Dec

Webb, Jeremy

RAW, ASAP

4-Nov

T-2:30

7-Dec

Lin, Robin

BYU-RC

30-Nov

T-3:00

7-Dec

Batayneh, Marwan

PAM, P-Risc, SPLASH

18-Nov

T-3:30

9-Dec

Albaijat, Mohammad

SCORE

23-Nov

T-3:30

9-Dec