The Configurable Computing Lab at Brigham Young University is part of the National Science Foundation (NSF) Center for High-Performance Reconfigurable Computing (CHREC, pronounced "shreck"). CHREC is an Industry/University Cooperative Research Center (I/UCRC) involving more than 30 organizations from the academic, industry, and government sectors. BYU is proud to be a part of this innovative program, which includes members from the University of Florida, George Washington University, and Virginia Tech.
Four distinct goals have been defined for CHREC:
To accomplish these goals, the BYU site of CHREC pursues research in the areas of FPGA-based reconfigurable computing systems. Projects for the 2012 year include:
Please see the CHREC Home Page for more information on the program as well as all projects being pursued by the CHREC universities.
Faculty members of the CHREC program at BYU include:
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