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Dennis Weller

M.Sc. Dennis Weller

PhD Student
Dependable Computing
room: A.3.22
phone: +49 721 608 47658
fax: +49 721 608 43962
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Short Bio

Dennis Weller received his Bachelor and Master in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany, in 2013 and 2016, respectively. His Master's thesis addressed the "Efficient Implementation of Scientific Computing on FPGAs using OpenCL". He is currently a PhD student working on the MERAGEM project (Modeling, Design, Realisation and Automatisation of Printed Elektronics and its Materials) which is a collaboration between the Chair of Dependable Nano Computing (CDNC) and the Institute of Nanotechnology (INT), Karlsruhe, Germany.



4. G.C. Marques, D.Weller, A. T. Erozan, X. Feng, M. Tahoori, and J. Aghassi-Hagmann, “Progress Report on ‘From printed electrolyte-gated metal-oxide devices to circuits'”, Advanced Materials, 2019.

3. D. Weller, M. Hefenbrock, M.S. Golanbari, M. Beigl and M.B. Tahoori, "Bayesian Optimized Importance Sampling for High Sigma Failure Rate Estimation",  in proceedings of Design, Automation & Test in Europe (DATE), 2019, Italy.

2. D. Weller, G. C. Marques, J. Aghassi-Hagmann, and M.B. Tahoori, "An Inkjet Printed Low-Voltage Latch based on Inorganic Electrolyte-Gated Transistors", in Electron Device Letters, IEEE, 2018.

1. D. Weller, F. Oboril, D. Lukarski, J. Becker, and M.B. Tahoori, "Energy Efficient Scientific Computing on FPGAs using OpenCL", in Proceedings of the ACM/ SIGDA International Symposium on Field-Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA), 2017, USA.

May 2016: Master of Science in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at KIT
Focus on Systems and Software Engineering
November 2013: Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at KIT
Focus on Optical Systems
MERAGEM: Modeling, Design, Realisation and Automatisation of Printed Electronics and its
Research Interests:
Printable Electronics
OpenCL-based FPGA implementations