This GitLab instance is used for collaborative development and release of software created at the Embedded Systems and Applications Group, a research unit of the Department of Computer Science of Technische Universität Darmstadt.
For most projects, access will be by invitation only. But click the Explore link below to browse our Public projects!
Featured Public Projects
An integrated tool flow and library for creating and accessing hardware accelerators on Xilinx FPGAs. Supports Zynq-based boards (such as a zedBoard or the larger ZC706), as well as high-performance PCI Express cards (e.g., Xilinx VC709).
An OpenCL-accelerated version of the AutoDock 4.2 molecular docking code. Has achieved speed-ups over the original sequential version of 4x when running on a quad-core CPU and 56x when running on a GPU.
GeMS is a customisable, open-source toolkit for generating random, yet constrained, modulo scheduling problems with a known optimal initiation interval. These can then be used to evaluate the behavior of different scheduling algorithms under controlled conditions.
A software tool for presenting PDF-based lectures. Integrates a wide spectrum of interactive features (e.g., annotation of slides by many pen-based tools), streaming and recording of audio and video, classroom response (interactive quizzes and messaging system) by smartphone web-browser, and much more.
lectureStudio does not require external servers and can also stream lectures by low-bandwidth connections (e.g. GSM mobile links), if necessary.
Releases for Windows and Linux are available on our website.
If you have any questions or encounter any problems, please contact us via e-mail!