Dr. Brent Nelson Presents Invited Paper
Dr. Brent Nelson was recently featured as an invited speaker at the 2006 IEEE Conference on Application-Specific Systems, Architectures, and Processors (ASAP 2006). Dr. Nelson was one of two invited presenters for a special session on Configurable Computing Machines. This invited session was a part of the activities at ASAP this year marking the 20th year anniversary of the conference. In his talk, Dr. Nelson presented the results of BYU research over the past decade on Configurable Computing Machines, specifically focusing on the development of the JHDL hardware description language and its use for the design, debug, and deployment of high-performance computing applications on configurable computing platforms. The ASAP conference was held September 11-13 in Steamboat Springs Colorado.