Prof. William Fornaciari


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 ===== Projects ===== ===== Projects =====
-Many small projects can be assigned as part of my (Real Time Operating Systems, Embedded Systems and Laboratory of Operating Systems and Software Design) and/or other courses. +Many small projects can be assigned as part of my (Advanced Operating Systems, Embedded Systems) and/or other courses. 
-A (not full) list of possible subjects can be found on the web pages of my assistants: Patrick Bellasi, Simone Corbetta, Davide Zoni, Giuseppe Massari. +A (not full) list of possible subjects can be found on the web pages of my assistants: Davide Zoni, Giuseppe Massari, Simone Libutti, Federico Terraneo, Federico Reghenzani, Andrea Marchese
-  * links to be added + 
-  +==== Network-on-Chip ====  
 {{:images:logonoc_rel.jpg?200 |}}The NoC and Reliability research group works on thermal, power/performance and reliability issues in System-on-Chip (SoC) design both from a communication and computational point of view. {{:images:logonoc_rel.jpg?200 |}}The NoC and Reliability research group works on thermal, power/performance and reliability issues in System-on-Chip (SoC) design both from a communication and computational point of view.
 In particular communication research area is focused on Network-on-Chip (NoC) design and optimization, while computational aspects range from cache memory hierarchy to multicore microarchitectures. In particular communication research area is focused on Network-on-Chip (NoC) design and optimization, while computational aspects range from cache memory hierarchy to multicore microarchitectures.
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 The goal of the research is a methodological approach to thermal, power, performance and reliability problems in multicore emergent architectures using both cycle accurate simulation frameworks with power and thermal models and prototyping hardware, i.e. FPGAs. The goal of the research is a methodological approach to thermal, power, performance and reliability problems in multicore emergent architectures using both cycle accurate simulation frameworks with power and thermal models and prototyping hardware, i.e. FPGAs.
  
-**Contacts and Links:**+**Contacts and Links:**\\ 
 +Davide Zoni ([[http://home.dei.polimi.it/zoni|webpage]] | <zoni@elet.polimi.it>)
  
-Simone Corbetta ([[http://home.dei.polimi.it/scorbetta|webpage]] | <scorbetta@elet.polimi.it> and  
-Davide Zoni ([[http://home.dei.polimi.it/zoni|webpage]] | <zoni@elet.polimi.it>  ) 
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-====M.Sc. Thesis and Research Topics for PhD Students=====+==== Other M.Sc. Thesis and Research Topics for PhD Students====
 A number of topics can be offered, some of them can also be carried out as part of stages in STMicroelectronics (Agrate Brianza and/or Grenoble) and within the agenda of the activities of international research projects. A number of topics can be offered, some of them can also be carried out as part of stages in STMicroelectronics (Agrate Brianza and/or Grenoble) and within the agenda of the activities of international research projects.
 A short list is the following, more topics can be added according also to your specific skills and plans for the future: A short list is the following, more topics can be added according also to your specific skills and plans for the future: