NASA Office of Logic Design

NASA Office of Logic Design

A scientific study of the problems of digital engineering for space flight systems,
with a view to their practical solution.


2003 MAPLD Technical Program

Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center
Washington, D.C.

September 9-11, 2003

Session E.

Reconfigurable Computing, Evolvable Hardware, and Security

Thursday, September 11, 2003

Session Chair: John McHenry - National Security Agency

8:00 am Paper E1
"Elliptic Curve Arithmetic on Reconfigurable Hardware"
Siddaveerasharan Devarkal and Duncan A. Buell
Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of South Carolina, Columbia
Abstract: devarkal_a.pdf, devarkal_a.doc
Presentation: e1_devarkal_s.ppt
Paper: e1_devakal_p.doc
8:25 am Paper E2
"Optimum Implementation of Elliptic Curve Cryptosystems on the SRC-6E Reconfigurable Computer"
Nghi Nguyen1, Kris Gaj1, David Caliga2, Tarek El-Ghazawi3

1 George Mason University
2 SRC Computers
3 The George Washington University
Abstract:
nguyen_a.pdf
Presentation: e2_nguyen_s.ppt
8:50 am Paper E3
"Scientific Applications on a Reconfigurable, FPGA-based Hypercomputer"
Olaf O. Storaasli
NASA Langley Research Center
Abstract: storaasli_a.pdf, storaasli_a.doc
Presentation: e3_storaasli_s.ppt
9:15 am Paper E4
"Effective Implementation of Generic Image Processing Filters on Hybrid Reconfigurable Computers"
Mohamed Taher1, Esam El-Araby1, Abhishek Agarwal1, Tarek El-Ghazawi1, Kris Gaj2,  and Nikitas Alexandridis1
1
The George Washington University
2
George Mason University
Abstract: taher_a.pdf, taher_a.doc
Presentation: e4_taher_s.ppt
Paper: e4_taher_p.pdf, e4_taher_p.doc
9:40 am Paper E5
"A Reconfigurable Computing Architecture Utilizing a Switch Fabric Network"
P. Rudolph1, E Bentley1, W. Turri1, K. Hill2
1
Systran Federal Corporation, Dayton OH
2
AFRL/IFTA, WPAFB, OH
Abstract:
rudolph_a.pdf, rudolph_a.doc
Presentation: e5_rudolph_s.ppt
Paper: e5_rudolph_p.doc
10:05 am BREAK In The Amphitheater Lobby
10:35 am Paper E6
"Mapping Networking Applications To Multiprocessor-FPGA Configurable Computing Systems"
Siva Subramanian1 and Clay S. Gloster, Jr.2
1 Nortel Networks
2 Howard University
Abstract: subramanian_a.txt
Presentation: e6_subramanian_s.ppt
11:00 am Paper E7
"Development of a Software Radio Based Reconfigurable Intersatellite Crosslink Testbed"
Jason A. Soloff1, Bernard L. Edwards1 and Scott D. Hoy2
1
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
2 Lockheed Martin
Abstract: soloff_a.html
Presentation: e7_soloff_s.ppt
Paper: e7_soloff_p.doc
11:25 am Paper E8
"Embryonics: Bio-Inspired Self-Repairing Computing Machines"

Gianluca Tempesti, Daniel Mange, AndrŽ Stauffer
Logic Systems Laboratory, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL)
Abstract: tempesti_a.html
Presentation: e8_tempesti_s.ppt
11:50 am Paper E9
"Ant Colony Systems Toolbox for Non-Combinatorial Problem Solving"
Jason C. Isaacs, Robert Watkins, Joseph Petrone, and Simon Y. Foo
Florida A&M University
Abstract: isaacs_a.pdf
Presentation: e9_isaacs_s.pdf
12:15 am Paper E10
"Internet Worm and Virus Protection in Dynamically Reconfigurable Hardware"
John Lockwood
Washington University in Saint Louis
Abstract: lockwood_a.pdf
Presentation: e10_lockwood_s.ppt, e10_lockwood_s.pdf
Paper: e10_lockwood_p.pdf
12:40 am CONFERENCE ENDS

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