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(September 17)Low Electric Power Design for Video Processing
Sep 9, 2016

Title:

Low  Electric Power Design for Video Processing

Lecturer:

Prof.  Satoshi Goto

Time:

9:30, September 17,  2016

Venue:

1012, New  Science & Technology Building, North Campus

Lecturer  Profile

Satoshi  Goto (S’69-M’77-SM’84-F’6-LF’11) received B.E. and M.E. degrees in electronics  and communication engineering from Waseda University in 1968 and 1970,  respectively. He received the Doctor of Engineering degree from Waseda  University in 1981.
He joined NEC Laboratories in 1970, where he worked on LSI design, multimedia  systems and software as GM and VP. Since 2003, he has been a professor  with the Graduate School of Information, Production and Systems, Waseda  University, Kitakyushu, Japan. His main interests are in VLSI design  methodologies for multimedia and mobile applications.
He has published 7 books and more than 300 technical papers in international  journals and conferences. Dr. Goto received a number of awards and honors  including the Distinguished Achievement Awards from IEICE and the Jubilee Medal  from IEEE. He served as GC of ICCAD and ASPDAC and was a board member of IEEE  CAS Society. He is a Life Fellow of IEEE, a Fellow of IEICE, and a member of  Science Council of Japan.

Lecture  Abstract

Low electric power  design for electronic equipment is essential in our internet mobile  life.   We will carry a light and long life wearable terminal to  communicate or interact with many people by using multimedia devices.   Among several multimedia such as voice, audio, text, image and video, video is  especially playing an important role in the communication for its visual and  impressive characteristics. This lecture will give a low electric power design  for video processing.

First, the foundation  of low power design in electronic circuit is introduced and hardware or  software issues are discussed to achieve low power design. Secondly, video  processing technologies are discussed to send/receive or store/display huge  video data through communication channel by compression or decompression  methods.  Thirdly, algorithm, architecture and circuit design methods are  presented in details to achieve low power video.

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