Computer Architecture Lab/SS2019
This page is the starting point for the Lab documentation.
Please add your group, members, and then when you know your project title.
Group 1[edit | edit source]
Christos Gkiokas s182348
Triple Core Lockstep for Patmos
Group 2[edit | edit source]
SDRAM controller for the DE2-115 in chisel.
David Pedersen s164872
Group 3[edit | edit source]
Floating point unit for Patmos, including add, sub, mul and div instructions.
Magnus Høegh Jensen s144052
Mathias Braagaard s144050
Thomas Møller Elbo s144825
Group 4[edit | edit source]
The project will try to create a "terminal" for PATMOS. This means that the implementation has to be written in Chisel 2. The "terminal" will show text, that is coming from either the PATMOS processor or the UART interface.
Anders Møller Struck s143217
Mads Kring Jakobsen s190187
Group 5[edit | edit source]
DSP Accelerator Including implementation of Biquad filters as well as an at-the-time unknown additional effect.
Rasmus Tinndahn s144002
Jacob Hebsgaard Jessen s153427
Nicolai Wejs Hansen s154662
Group 6[edit | edit source]
Applications of LFSRs: Random Number generator in a Magic 8 Ball and A5/1 Stream Cipher in Patmos
Lauren Kosub s186193
Matthew Kaminow s186223
Group 7[edit | edit source]
SD card connector, including same software to read and write files
Enrico Tolotto S190057
Rui Huang s181405
Anton Mølbjerg Eskildsen s190096
Group 8[edit | edit source]
The Importance of Physical Interaction in Computer Science
Ghennadie Mazin s160074
Group 9[edit | edit source]
Advanced Encryption Standard in Patmos
Peter Fischer s140436
Mathias Mortensen s144450
The source code is currently located in a fork of the patmos repo on github. Therein a branch has been created "feat/aes".