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Dr. Salem Abdennadher
Intel Corporation - USA
Prof. Slim Abdennadher
GIU - Egypt
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National Engineering School of Sfax (ENIS) - Tunisia


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IEEE DTS’22 Invited Papers

Heterogeneous MPSoCs: The Need for A Systems Architecture Perspective

Due to their cost, performance, and energy efficiency, heterogeneous MultipleProcessors Systems-on-Chip (MPSoCs) provide appealing platforms for most computing systems including servers, automotive, avionics, mobile, and even embedded systems. Their diverse processing elements (e.g. CPUs, GPUs, FPGAs, Domain Specific Accelerators (DSAs)) can efficiently address the different –and usually conflicting– requirements of modern computing systems including performance, power, and predictability requirements. On the other hand, the best utilization of MPSoCs’ capabilities requires approaches beyond the traditional system stack, where Software (SW) and Hardware (HW) components are designed separately and are completely oblivious to the constraints and the capabilities of each other. The new “golden” era of computer architecture necessitates a full-system perspective and a HW/SW codesign to address the massive and ever-changing requirements from modern computing systems.

Full name: Pr. Mohamed Hassan
Affiliation: McMaster University, Canada

Presenter Biography:
Dr. Mohamed Hassan is currently an Assistant Professor at McMaster University, Canada, where he leads the Fanos research lab focusing on intelligent Cyber-Physical Systems-on-Chip (iCPSoCs). To build efficient CPS for these domains, his research interests spans areas both at the infrastructure-level (e.g. computer architecture, software applications, compilers, and operating systems) as well as at the foundational-level (e.g. HW/SW codesign, artificial intelligence, scheduling theory, and security). Before joining McMaster, he was an Assistant Professor at University of Guelph, Canada. He also worked as a System-on-Chip (SoC) R&D lead engineer at Intel between 2017/2018 and a SoC performance architect at Qualcomm between 2014/2015. He obtained his PhD from University of Waterloo in 2017, where he was a member of the Computer Architecture and Embedded Systems Research (CAESR) lab. Dr. Hassan won multiple awards including the Discovery Launch Supplement Award from NSERC, the PhD Thesis Award and the Faculty of Engineering (FOE) Award from University of Waterloo, the ACM SIGBED Best Paper Award, the Best Paper Award from the IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium, and the Outstanding Paper Award from the Euromicro Conference on RealTime Systems.