26 Oct

During the Industry Partner Program at the HiPEAC CSW, Dr.-Ing. Timo Stripf presents on Efficient Embedded Programming of Heterogeneous Multicore Platforms. Latest embedded systems are increasingly equipped with high-performance multicore processors as well as FPGAs and GPUs. This is essential, … Read More »

ARGO @ DGLR workshop

11 Oct

During a workshop on “”Verschwindet die Grenze zwischen Hardware- und Softwareentwicklung? – Konsequenzen, Probleme und Chancen”, Dr.-Ing. Timo Stripf presented a talk on cross-platform software development for heterogeneous multicore systems Latest embedded systems are increasingly being equipped with multicore processors … Read More »

ARGO @ Embedded World 2017

14 Jun

During the Embedded world fair, several members of the ARGO project (Emmtrix & Scilab) had the opportunity to exchange with the members of an other European research project AXIOM (Evidence & UDOO/Seco).

ARGO @ Parallelcon

30 Mar

At the Parallelcon, Dr.-Ing. Timo Stripf presented a talk on interactive parallelization of applications for embedded multicore processors Computer-aided automatic software parallelization is often viewed as the ultimate goal of tool development in the embedded systems domain. This presentation offers … Read More »

Argo @ DATE2017

20 Feb

During the Interactive Presentations session at DATE, on Tuesday, March 28, at 16:00, Steven Derrien presents session IP1-10 on “WCET-Aware Parallelization of Model-Based Applications for Multi-Cores: the ARGO Approach” Parallel architectures are nowadays not only confined to the domain of … Read More »

Argo @ HiPEAC17

25 Jan

At #HiPEAC17 in Stockholm, Sweden, Simon Reder presents a poster on “The ARGO Approach: Parallelization Toolchain for Model-based Real Time Applications’. The HiPEAC conference is the premier European forum for experts in computer architecture, programming models, compilers and operating systems for … Read More »


22 Sep

During a special session on EU projects at the 26th International Workshop on Power and Timing Modeling, Optimization and Simulation (PATMOS), we presented the ARGO project. PATMOS was hosted by the University of Bremen, from 21st-23rd September.


8 Sep

On September 8th, Dr Umut Durak from DLR presented the paper “Model-based Development of Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System for Heterogeneous Multi-Core Architectures” to an audience from the German speaking simulation community ASIM (“Arbeitsgemeinschaft Simulation”). The presentation was part of … Read More »