RapidSmith is a research-based FPGA CAD tool written in Java for modern Xilinx FPGAs. Based[…]Read more
We are interested in the research of high-performance systems that are based on FPGAs and FPGA-like devices. Research areas that are of current interest include: run-time reconfiguration, hybrid FPGA architecture, DSPs and FPGAs, and application-specific processors. The lab has a strong applications focus and has developed applications, demonstrations, and tutorials for many of the currently available FPGA platforms. Add new text here.
Professor Mike Wirthlin and graduate students Patrick Ostler and Nathan Rollins gave “The World is[…]Read more
Students traveled to Texas A&M University’s Cyclotron twice in 2011 to perform radiation testing on[…]Read more