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The technology company Xilinx has awarded the first prize of the Open Hardware Design Contest in the thesis category

The UCLM researcher Julián Caba, has been awarded a work on design and verification of reconfigurable systems

21/09/2017
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The UCLM researcher Julián Caba, has been awarded a work on design and verification of reconfigurable systems

21/09/2017

The technology company Xilinx has awarded the first prize of the international competition Open Hardware Design Contest to Julián Caba, researcher of the ARCO Research Group of the University of Castilla-La Mancha, directed by Professor Juan Carlos López. The company distinguishes the doctoral thesis of Caba, focused on the field of design and verification of reconfigurable systems.

The researcher of the ARCO Group, from the School of Computer Science of the University of Castilla-La Mancha (UCLM) in the Campus of Ciudad Real, Julián Caba has obtained the first international prize Open Hardware Design Contest, in the category of doctoral thesis. Such contest is annually organized by the North American technology company Xilinx, dedicated to the design and the production of programmable logic devices.

Julián Caba, an assistant professor at the School of Computer Science, is currently completing his Ph.D., Hardware Verification based on Test Units, in the field of design and verification of reconfigurable systems under the direction of professors Fernando Rincón and Julio Dondo. His work aims to facilitate the verification of extremely complex systems, such as those implemented in reconfigurable logic.

Xilinx is the inventor of the most widely used reconfigurable devices and today, the leading company that provides programmable and reconfigurable technology, with more than half of the market share worldwide. With this contest, the company rewards every year the best projects on hardware design, both in the field of on-chip systems and those based on reconfigurable logic systems that can change their functionality and adapt to new requirements without stopping their operation.

Julián Caba received his award at the end of August at the headquarters of the Xilins company, in Ireland. During the course of the event, the finalist projects were presented.

Office of Communications. Ciudad Real, September 14, 2017

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