The research project “DOMAIN: Taming Heterogeneous Computing Complexity with Full-Stack Governance of Domain-Specific Languages” aims to address the growing complexity in computing hardware architectures. With the transition to heterogeneous systems combining general-purpose and specialized computing units, the project focuses on developing high-level, semantically-rich abstractions that are accessible and efficient for domain experts across various fields. By exploring Domain-Specific Languages (DSLs) and creating new compiling toolchains, software runtime environments, and operating system supports, the project seeks to optimize large-scale heterogeneous platforms. The goal is to allow domain experts to efficiently code applications, leveraging the full potential of these complex architectures with minimal technical involvement.
Oct 23 26
We are excited to share that the DOMAIN project has officially kicked off with an inaugural meeting, marking the beginning of a journey towards exceptional achievements in the field of...
Oct 23 01
We are thrilled to announce the commencement of our groundbreaking research project, “DOMAIN: Taming Heterogeneous Computing Complexity with Full-Stack Governance of Domain-Specific Languages.” This initiative marks a significant milestone in...