Event docs

TEMPO organizes workshops and webinars, and participates to exhibitions and trade shows. The public material presented at these events are available here.

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International Workshop on Edge Artificial Intelligence for Industrial Applications (EAI4IA)

July 25-26 / 2022
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EAI4IA was a multidisciplinary workshop addressing AI technologies at the edge, giving an overview of silicon-born AI components to advance Moore’s law and accelerate the adoption of AI-based edge processing in different industries. Technological advances regarding edge AI embedded in electronic components and systems were presented, and the challenges of introducing embedded AI technologies for digitising industrial sectors were discussed. It was co-organised by three large-scale ECSEL JU projects: AI4DI, ANDANTE and TEMPO. EAI4IA comprised technical presentations, keynotes and panel discussions focusing on industrial-edge AI hardware, software and AI.

Four papers from TEMPO were accepted for presentation at the workshop.  All presentations are listed below.  The workshop publications are bundled in an open-access book: Industrial Artificial Intelligence Technologies and Applications (riverpublishers.com).

European Forum for Electronic Components and Systems (EFECS)

November 23-25 / 2021

EFECS is the international forum with a focus on ‘Our Digital Future’ for a green and competitive Europe along the Electronic Components and Systems value chain in Europe.

TEMPO had a successful (online) booth at EFECS 2021 exhibition, where we presented many posters on the project and its key demonstrator.

Workshops on reference TEF for AI in the Digital Europe Programme

January 09-24 / 2020
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The European Commission organized a number of workshops on reference testing and experimentation facilities (TEF) for Artificial Intelligence in the Digital Europe Programme.

One of those workshops was specifically aimed at edge AI. Edge AI TEFs were recognized by the participants as an opportunity in the area of neuromorphic chips, embedded AI, tiny machine learning, low-power hardware components as well as for EU designed and built chips for data processing at local level.

Two of the presenters (being also TEMPO consortium partners) made a reference to the TEMPO project in their presentations. These presentations can be found here below.

Towards next-generation computing, workshop at IEDM

December 08 / 2019
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The “Towards next-generation computing” workshop, organized on the eve of the 2019 IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM), focussed on the groundbreaking results in nanoelectronics, micro and digital technology.

This pre-IEDM 2019 workshop offered strategic networking opportunities and a head-start towards next-generation computing.

Both imec and CEA presented their views connected to TEMPO.

International Forum on Neuromorphic Computing

November 04 / 2019

The Neurotech forum is an initiative of the Neurotech project, a Coordination and Support Action (CSA) funded by the European Commission. This CSA aims to be the connecting element to consolidate and disseminate the state of the art of neuromorphic technology and to create a transforming roadmap for future progress, unleashing the power of NCT in smart technologies of the future.

At the International Forum on Neuromorphic Computing, TEMPO gave a presentation on the fundamental project goal being to develop technology platforms for emerging semiconductor devices and demonstrate them for energy efficient hardware implementation of neuromorphic workloads. In addition to this presentation, speeches were given by other members of the TEMPO consortium on their view and accomplishments in neuromorphic computing.

European Extreme Data & Computing Initiative (EXDCI-2) workshop

November 05-06 / 2019
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EXDCI-2 organized a workshop on “New technological paths for high performance chips targeting HPC and edge”. The objective of this workshop was to address the challenges of increasing demand for performance in regards to chips and HPC systems, as well as the technological approaches that would need to be developed to tackle these issues.

Ultimately, the outcomes of the workshop are expected to serve as arguments to get more adequate research calls in Horizon Europe and in EuroHPC JU programs

TEMPO gave a speech on neuromorphic research performed in the project.

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The scientific results of TEMPO are published in a broad range of books, journals, conference proceedings and academic theses.



The project activities and results are reported in the project deliverables.

event docs

Event docs

TEMPO organizes workshops and webinars, and participates in exhibitions and trade shows.

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Project docs

The project’s ambitions and activities of TEMPO are described in project leaflets and posters.