LEGaTO: Low-Energy Heterogeneous Computing Workshop

The LEGaTO final event, titled "LEGaTO: Low-Energy Heterogeneous Computing Workshop", has been postponed. Final date and venue will be available soon.


LEGaTO is a three-year H2020 project on developing a toolset for low-energy heterogeneous computing that also considers fault tolerance, programmability and security. The project optimized a number of use cases for low-energy. The objective of the workshop is to apply the optimization low-energy techniques to other stakeholders in each of the use cases.


We are broadly looking to engage the Artificial Intelligence, Smart City, Smart Home, Helthcare and IOT communities to evangalize the low-energy optimization techniques that we have developed for these communities during the lifetime of the LEGaTO project. In particular, we will showcase how the heterogeneous low-energy small form-factor hardware could be coupled to an energy efficient runtime to produce one order of energy savings across these use cases. The workshop will consist of invited talks from these communities and will include insights gained during the project for ensuring fault-tolerance and security in addition to energy efficiency.

Tentative programme:

  Keynote talk
  Session 1: Energy Efficiency
  Coffee break
  Session 2: Fault Tolerance and Security
  Session 3: FPGAs and Programming Models
  Lunch break
  Session 4: AI and Smart City / Smart Home
  Coffee break + LEGaTO poster session
  Panel discussion
  Wrap up
  (Closed meeting) IAB feedback + continuation of poster session
  Welcome reception