• Jens Sparsø

    Professor, DTU

    Jens Sparsø is a professor at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU). His area of expertise is the design of hardware platforms for embedded and cyber-physical systems, i.e., digital electronics, chip design, many-core architectures and domain-specific computing structures. He has published more than 100 refereed journal and conference papers and is co-author of the book "Principles of Asynchronous Circuit Design - A Systems Perspective" (Kluwer, 2001), which has become the standard textbook on the topic.


    Speaker for following sessions
    • Kastrup Lufthavn
      30-11-2 - Organized by DTU in collaboration with DIREC
      There is no digital without chips statement by EU President Ursula von der Leyen presenting the EU’s Chips Act, as part of EU’s plan for “tech sovereignty. The Chips Act of EU and a similar act in US, are reactions to the declining share of semiconductor production, which today is mainly taking place in Asia. For decades, Denmark has been very active designing custom chips, activities which have been crucial for the business of many companies, and an activity which has often been overlooked in the bigger picture. Based on a short historical perspective, this session will present actual chip designs and tool developments for chip design. 
      Introduction: "Overview of Chip Design in Denmark" Jens Sparsø, Professor, DTU Compute
      Business Talk: "Ultra-low power chipsets for Hearing Instruments”, Evangelia Kasapaki, IC Designer, Oticon
      Scientific Talk: "Accelerators for AI", Zuzana Jelcicova, PhD, DTU Compute and Oticon
      Business Talk: "Ethernet chip design with Microchip Denmark" and "RISC-V within Microchip", Thomas Aakjer, Microchip
      Scientific Talk: "Software Defined Hardware, Chip Design with the Hardware Construction Language Chisel", Martin Schoeberl, Associate Professor, DTU Compute
      Business Talk: "Chip design using open source tools and processes”, Jørgen Kragh Jakobsen, Chip designer, Founder, IC Works
      Session coordinator: Martin Schoeberl, DTU Compute
      Facilitator: Martin Schoeberl, DTU Compute
      Chip Design in Denmark
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