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Approval of the study on: “Developing a method for designing hardware directly from simulated source codes”

On 10/8/2017, the University held an appraisal and approval meeting for the university-level study titled “Developing a method for designing hardware directly from simulated source codes” led by MSc Tong Van Luyen, lecturer of Electrical Engineering Faculty

Approval of the study on: “Developing a method for designing hardware directly from simulated source codes”

The leading researcher is reporting the study’s findings before the review panel

The authors carried out their comprehensive research on hardware development based on MATLB/Simulink source codes and explored the possibility of directly developing hardware from this type of source code. Furthermore, the authors also studied tools and equipment used for designing Xilinx and established a hardware development procedure directly from simulated source codes using Xilinx’s toolkit and digital micro circuits on FPGA platform.

The study succeeded in developing an application development procedure on FPGA and determined the parameters including operating speed, resource and power consumption for optimization. The authors developed 3 sample products namely: integrated circuit, sequential circuit and multiple-image filtering circuit. The basic findings of the study were transferred to lecturers of the Electrical Engineering Faculty for further application in teaching.

The authors successfully completed the studies. The review board judged the study to be of high scientific and practical values and awarded it a Credit grade.

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