Launched on 1 January and coordinated by Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC), the European project AMPERE (A Model-driven development framework for highly Parallel and EneRgy-Efficient computation supporting multi-criteria optimisation) will implement an innovative software architecture that takes into account the non-functional requirements inherited from the cyber-physical interactions, such as time predictability, energy-efficiency, safety and security.
Eduardo Quiñones, AMPERE Coordinator at the Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC), was featured on the Embedded Executives podcast by Rich Nass on 27 May 2020. In the podcast it is discussed how the project aims to ensure that embedded systems are maximized, using the technology that is typically employed for today's supercomputers.
The AMPERE consortium was scheduled to present a paper in June 2020 in Frankfurt, Germany at ISC High Performance 2020. However, the event is taking place in digital form due to concerns about the Covid-19 outbreak.