DYNAMO (Digital sYstems and desigN AutoMatiOn) is a research group at ETH Zurich in the Department of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering. DYNAMO is led by Prof. Dr. Lana Josipović.
DYNAMO aims to bridge the gap between software and hardware by exploring synergies across compilers, programming languages, digital hardware design, and computer architecture. Our goal is to advance the usability of digital hardware platforms and to enable various programmers to accelerate emerging applications.
February 2023. Carmine’s paper on regularing the frequency of HLS-produced circuits has been accepted as a full paper at DAC’23! 🙂
November 2022. Jiahui’s work on model checking of HLS circuits has been accepted as a full paper at FPGA’23. Congrats to Jiahui on his first paper! 🙂
November 2022. Lana gave a talk at the SAFARI Live Seminar (website, video).
October 2022. Jiantao’s master thesis work has been accepted as a full paper at FPT’22. Congrats to Jiantao and Carmine! 🙂
August 2022. Two Best Paper Nominations at FPL 2022!
July 2022. Lana gave a keynote talk at IWLS 2022.
June 2022. Three papers accepted at FPL 2022. Congrats to Carmine Rizzi on his first paper! 🙂
May 2022. We co-organized FLASHLIGHT, the 1st Workshop on Formal Methods in HLS, at FCCM 2022.
May 2022. Our paper Resource Sharing in Dataflow Circuits received a Best Paper Nomination at FCCM’22.
April 2022. Jiahui Xu joins DYNAMO as a doctoral student. Welcome, Jiahui!
March 2022. Lana received the EDAA Outstanding Dissertation Award and the EPFL Doctorate Award.
March 2022. Our paper Resource Sharing in Dataflow Circuits has been accepted at FCCM 2022.
January 2022. Carmine Rizzi joins DYNAMO as a doctoral student. Welcome, Carmine!