ACRC 2024 Research Day

Calling all members of the Israeli computer hardware community!

The Architectures & Circuit Research Center (ACRC) invites you to a day of exploration, networking, and collaboration at our ACRC Research Day on July 1st, 2024.

 Register Here

Agenda

16:00     Gathering

16:20     Greetings

16:25     Academia-Industry Panelhosted by Prof. Avinoam Kolodny

Topic: How AI is Affecting Computer Hardware Development and What Can We Expect in the Future?

Participants:       Prof. Shahar Kvatinsky, ECE Technion

                                Rony Friedman, Apple

                                Ofri Wechsler, Google

                                Shlomit Weiss, Intel

                                Dr. Ofer Shacham, Majestic Labs

                                Michael Kagan, NVIDIA

15:05     ACRC Award Ceremony

Celebrate excellence! We will be recognizing the outstanding research achievements of graduate students.

17:10     Apple’s Tapeout Project Award Ceremony

Applaud the brilliance of the next generation!

17:30     Graduate Student Research Poster Display

Engage with the future of hardware innovation! Interact with graduate students from various Israeli universities and explore their cutting-edge research through interactive poster displays.

This event presents a unique opportunity to:

  • Gain insights into the latest advancements at the intersection of AI and computer hardware.
  • Network with fellow professionals from academia and industry.
  • Discover promising new research directions pursued by talented graduate students.
  • Foster collaborations that pave the way for groundbreaking developments in computer hardware.

Don’t miss this chance to connect, learn, and shape the future of computer hardware!

RSVP:

For registration and further details about the event schedule and location –  register here

We look forward to seeing you there!

Target Audience:

This invitation is extended to all researchers, engineers, students, and professionals with an interest in computer hardware in Israel.