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TestGroup is one of the leading European research and development teams in the field of System Design, Testing and Reliability.
Researching into new challenging problems to deliver breakthrough solutions for testing, reliability and security of next generation electronic systems.
Understand the needs and requirements of future technologies.
Deliver superior technical capabilities.
Demonstrate increasing value.
Build reliable systems with reduced overhead.
Innovative solutions for hardware security.
Hardware reconfigurable systems for high-performance and safety critical systems.
Test solutions to deliver high-quality digital systems, with focus on memory technologies.
Stefano Di Carlo
Giuseppe Airò Farulla
Several people have contributed to build our group as it is today.
Without the support of strongly motivated MS / Ph.D. students and Post. Docs we would not have been able to achieve the results we reached over the years. Several of our former colleagues built an outstanding career either in other universities or top level enterprises. Read more
On behalf of the DFT19 Program Committee, we are delighted to inform you that your paper “Combining Cluster Sampling and ACE analysis to improve fault-injection based reliability evaluation of GPU-based systems” has been ACCEPTED for ORAL presentation at the 32th IEEE Symposium on Defect and Fault Tolerance in VLSI and Nanotechnology Systems.
Today at 5:15PM I’m going to give an invited talk at the 25th IEEE International Symposium on On-Line Testing and Robust System Design in Kazan in Rhodes (Greece).
The topic of the talk will be “Bayesian Models For Early Cross-Layer Reliability Analysis and Design Space Exploration” and will be part of Session 5S “Cost-Effective Resilience: Advanced Cross-Layer Analysis and Optimization Techniques” organized by Prof. M. Shafique (TU Wien).
Our Assistant Professor Alessandro Savino is going to give a presentation on Friday, March 29th at the Forth Workshop on Approximate Computing 2019 – AxC’19, one of the Workshops of the DATE 2019
SyRA Early System Reliability Analysis for Cross-layer Soft Errors Resilience in Memory Arrays of Microprocessor Systems @ IEEE Transactions on Computer
After more than 1 year from its end, the FP7 Clereco project (http://www.clereco.eu) still produces results in the field of cross-layer reliability analysis.
This paper that has been accepted for publication in an upcoming issue of IEEE Transactions on Computers proposes a framework for Early System Reliability Analysis for Cross-layer Soft Errors Resilience in Memory Arrays of Microprocessor Systems.
Today I’m going to give a keynote talk at the 16th IEEE EAST-WEST DESIGN & TEST SYMPOSIUM in Kazan (Russia).
The topic of the talk will be “Cross Layer Reliability: a Reality or a PromiseNever Coming True?”.
Dr. Alessandro Vallero from TestGroup presented our latest study on “Multi-faceted Microarchitecture Level Reliability Characterization for NVIDIA and AMD GPUs” @ 2018 IEEE VLSI Test Symposium, San Francisco, CA, USA (April 22-25, 2018).
TestGroup team is attending IOLTS 2018 in Platja D’Aro (Spain). Interesting technical discussions and presentations, lot of friends and colleagues, all organized in a beautiful landscape …
Our Assistant Professor Alessandro Savino is going to give a presentation on Friday, June 1 at the Third Workshop on Approximate Computing 2018 – AxC’18, one of the Fringe Workshops of the 23rd IEEE European Test Symposium 2018 (ETS’81).
Our Ph.D. student Alberto Carelli is going to give a presentation on “Securing bitstream integrity, confidentiality and authenticity in reconfigurable mobile heterogeneous systems” today at the IEEE International Conference on Automation, Quality and Testing, Robotics 2018 – AQTR’18
Some nice pictures of the hot topic session organized by Prof. Alberto Bosio (LIRMM – France) and Prof. Stefano Di Carlo (Politecnico di Torino) at the 36th IEEE VLSI Test Symposium (VTS 2018) Hayatt Centric Fisherman’s Wharf San Francisco, California USA.