Awarded Paper at Computer Architecture and High Performance Brazilian National Conference
October 28th, 2021
The Symposium on High Performance Computer Systems (WSCAD) is a national event promoted by the Brazilian Computer Society (SBC) and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and aims to annually presents the main applications, developments and trends in the areas of computer architecture, high performance processing and distributed systems. This year, the WSCAD 2021 event was co-located to the IEEE 33rd International Symposium on Computer Architecture and High Performance Computing (SBAC-PAD 2021).
The WSCAD 2021 program has included three co-located events: 1) Thesis and Dissertation Competition in Computer Architecture and High Performance Computing (WSCAD-CTD); 2) Scientific Initiation Workshop in Computer Architecture and High Performance Computing (WSCAD-WIC); and 3) the Parallel Programming Marathon.
Therefore, we are proud to announce that we have been awarded with the best paper in the WSCAD-WIC 2021, with the paper entitled: "Projetos de Sistemas Computacionais com Suporte de Simulação, de Plataformas Abertas de Prototipação e de Hardware Reconfigurável com o CompSim“ ("Design of Computational Systems Supported by Simulation, Open Prototyping Platforms and Reconfigurable Hardware with the CompSim").
We would like to thank to the WSCAD Organizing Committee, to the all authors (which submitted high-level research papers) and to all scientific community for believing in the CompSim project.
Awarded Paper at Educational Technologies Brazilian National Conference
August 28th, 2020
The V Congress on Technologies in Education (Ctrl + E 2020) is a national event promoted by the Brazilian Computer Society (SBC) and aims to integrate teachers/professors, students, researchers and professionals interested in the use of Information and Communication Technologies for supporting the teaching-learning processes in the most diverse areas of knowledge. In 2020, Ctrl+E innovated by holding the event completely online and had over 1500 participants.
The 2020 edition of CTRL+E received almost 200 submissions of scientific papers, of which 77 were selected for presentation. Among them, our paper entitled: "VArduino: Um Componente Virtual do Arduino UNO como Dispositivo Periférico do Simulador CompSim“ (VArduino: A Virtual Component of Arduino UNO as Peripheral Device of the CompSim Simulator) was awarded as the 2nd Best Paper in the “Full Paper” category!
We would like to express our sincere thanks to the Ctrl+E 2020 Organizing Committee and to all scientific community for believing in the CompSim project.