Multicore Application Debugging Workshop
The MAD Workshop is a yearly event at different locations, focussing on a get-together of industry and academia on the challenges of debugging and diagnosis in the multicore era. The first workshop was held in November 2013 in Munich. It's organized jointly by the Institute for Integrated Systems at Technische Universität München and the Institute for Communication Technologies and Embedded System at RWTH Aachen.
In 2014 the workshop will be on Wednesday, October 8th between 9:00 and 12:30 at Divani Caravel Hotel in Athens, Greece. It is co-located with the HiPEAC 2014 Fall Computing Systems Week (CSW).
Address: Divani Caravel Hotel, Vasileos Alexandrou Avenue 2, 16121 Athens, Greece
Please see the full program for all details, including travel information and other useful tips.
Andreas Herkersdorf, TU München and Rainer Leupers, RWTH Aachen
Using Execution Traces to Debug Multicore SoCs: An Industrial Experience.
Miguel Santana, ST Microelectronics
Session 1: Challenges and Opportunities of Modern SoC Debug Infrastructure
- From Virtual Targets to USB: Upcoming SoC Debugging Approaches
Michael Eick (Lauterbach) and Rolf Kuehnis (Intel)
- Multicore Start Execution Synchronization
Razvan Ionescu (Freescale)
Session 2: What‘s next?
- On the Shoulders of Giants – Can we Learn Diagnosis from SoC’s Larger Siblings?
Philipp Wagner (TUM)
- Programming-Model Centric Debugging for Multicore Embedded Systems
Kevin Pouget (University of Grenoble)
Session 3: SW Development and Debugging for Manycore Systems
KPN-based Image Recognition Software Development for Scalable Manycore Processor SMYLEvideo(unfortunately canceled)
Yukoh Matsumoto (TOPS Systems)
- SW Debugging for Multi-tile Systems: The EURETILE Methodology and Tools
Luis Murillo (RWTH Aachen)