NplusT participated at the HiPEAC 2022 conference, held in Budapest, Hungary, June 20-22.
Tamás Kerekes presented the paper “POP-LEC Power Optimization of Low Energy Computing Devices before Prototyping”, at the workshop “SMART4ALL – Capacity Building among European Stakeholders”. POP-LEC is a running project funded by the SMART4ALL program FTTE 2nd Call, the technology transfer targeting an innovative product which helps IoT developers to accelerate their time to market. The partner company in this technology transfer is PCB Design, Hungary. The presentation can be viewed at this link.
The conference offered also the possibility to present a poster related to the previously executed HS-CHAR project, supported by the TETRAMAX program.