IEEE Recognizes Two Outstanding Papers by Pennergy's Andre DeHon
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In recognition of the 20th Anniversary of International IEEE Symposium on Field-Programmable Custom Computing Machines, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) has highlighted the top 25 papers from the last 20 years of the conference, and Pennergy Member and Penn Professor Andre DeHon has two papers acknowledged on this list. From 1996,  MATRIX: A Reconfigurable Computing Architecture with Configurable Instruction Distribution and Deployable Resources. And from 1997,  Defect Tolerance on the Teramac Custom Computer.

More information about these papers can be founds below: