讨论,FPGA 界的大佬?



  • DBLP is an online database of academic publications in computer science and related fields. Handily, it provides a Java API for accessing the data programmatically. In this blog post, I share a few fun facts I discovered while using this API to explore the data that DBLP holds about four conferences on FPGA technology; namely, FPGA (up to the 2019 edition), FCCM (up to 2018), FPL (up to 2018), and FPT (up to 2017).

    The numbers were generated on 19 May 2019, and the code I wrote to generate them is available on GitHub.

    NB: A “paper” is anything listed in the conference’s proceedings on DBLP. This includes keynote presentations, short papers, posters, editorships, and regular papers.

    Most papers
    FPGA
    1. Jason Cong (62 papers)
    2. Jonathan Rose (41 papers)
    3. André DeHon (26 papers)
    4. Scott Hauck (25 papers)
    5. Paul Chow (23 papers)
    6. Guy Lemieux, Steven J. E. Wilton (21 papers)
    7. George A. Constantinides, Vaughn Betz (20 papers)
    FCCM

    1. Wayne Luk (60 papers)
    2. Peter Y. K. Cheung (34 papers)
    3. Viktor K. Prasanna (27 papers)
    4. Scott Hauck (25 papers)
    5. George A. Constantinides (24 papers)
    6. Nachiket Kapre (22 papers)
    7. Jason Cong (20 papers)
      FPL
    8. Wayne Luk (101 papers)
    9. Peter Y. K. Cheung (58 papers)
    10. Hideharu Amano (49 papers)
    11. Tsutomu Maruyama (48 papers)
    12. Manfred Glesner (40 papers)
    13. George A. Constantinides (39 papers)
    14. Jürgen Becker (36 papers)
      FPT
    15. Wayne Luk (67 papers)
    16. Hideharu Amano (33 papers)
    17. Peter Y. K. Cheung (26 papers)
    18. Steven J. E. Wilton (23 papers)
    19. Philip H. W. Leong (21 papers)
    20. George A. Constantinides (20 papers)
    21. Paul Chow (17 papers)
      Bonus: all four conferences together
    22. Wayne Luk (247 papers)
    23. Peter Y. K. Cheung (131 papers)
    24. George A. Constantinides (103 papers)
    25. Jason Cong (89 papers)
    26. Hideharu Amano (88 papers)
    27. Viktor K. Prasanna (81 papers)
    28. Steven J. E. Wilton (74 papers)

    Most conferences
    That is, the most conferences with at least one paper.

    FPGA

    1. Jason Cong (25 conferences)
    2. Jonathan Rose (19 conferences)
    3. Paul Chow (18 conferences)
    4. André DeHon, Steven J. E. Wilton (17 conferences)
    5. Scott Hauck, Vaughn Betz (15 conferences)
    6. Viktor K. Prasanna, Wayne Luk (14 conferences)
    7. Jason Helge Anderson (13 conferences)
      FCCM
    8. Wayne Luk (23 conferences)
    9. Peter Y. K. Cheung (18 conferences)
    10. George A. Constantinides, Scott Hauck (16 conferences)
    11. Maya Gokhale, Viktor K. Prasanna (14 conferences)
    12. Brad L. Hutchings, Philip H. W. Leong (13 conferences)
    13. Martin C. Herbordt, Paul Chow, Ron Sass (12 conferences)
    14. Apostolos Dollas, Brent E. Nelson, David B. Thomas, Jason Cong, Miriam Leeser, Nachiket Kapre, Peter M. Athanas, Satnam Singh (10 conferences)
      FPL
    15. Wayne Luk (25 conferences)
    16. Manfred Glesner, Peter Y. K. Cheung (20 conferences)
    17. Hideharu Amano, Tsutomu Maruyama (19 conferences)
    18. Jürgen Becker (17 conferences)
    19. George A. Constantinides, Steven J. E. Wilton, Viktor K. Prasanna (16 conferences)
    20. Marco Platzner (15 conferences)
    21. Horácio C. Neto, Peter Zipf, Philip H. W. Leong (14 conferences)
      FPT
    22. Hideharu Amano, Wayne Luk (15 conferences)
    23. Steven J. E. Wilton (14 conferences)
    24. Philip H. W. Leong (13 conferences)
    25. George A. Constantinides, Peter Y. K. Cheung (11 conferences)
    26. Jonathan Rose, Jürgen Teich, Paul Chow, Ray C. C. Cheung (10 conferences)
    27. Guy Lemieux (9 conferences)
    28. André DeHon, David B. Thomas, Donald G. Bailey, Hayden Kwok-Hay So, Kris Gaj, Lesley Shannon, Minoru Watanabe, Oliver Diessel, Oskar Mencer, Tsutomu Maruyama (8 conferences)

    Longest vacation
    That is, the longest gap between successive papers.

    FPGA

    1. Dinesh Bhatia (1999 to 2016: 17-year gap)
    2. Chang Wu (1999 to 2015: 16-year gap)
    3. Peter Zipf (2003 to 2019: 16-year gap)
    4. Sergey Shumarayev (2002 to 2018: 16-year gap)
    5. Yvon Savaria (2002 to 2017: 15-year gap)
      FCCM
    6. Horácio C. Neto (1999 to 2015: 16-year gap)
    7. Randy Huang (2002 to 2017: 15-year gap)
    8. Wolfgang Rosenstiel (1998 to 2013: 15-year gap)
    9. Michael Bedford Taylor (1997 to 2011: 14-year gap)
      FPL
    10. Steven M. Burns (1992 to 2018: 26-year gap)
    11. Christian Iseli (1994 to 2018: 24-year gap)
    12. David J. Greaves (1995 to 2017: 22-year gap)
      FPT
    13. Paul Y. S. Cheung (2002 to 2015: 13-year gap)
    14. Henry Styles (2004 to 2015: 11-year gap)
    15. Rodric M. Rabbah (2002 to 2013: 11-year gap)
    16. Masato Inagi (2006 to 2016: 10-year gap)
    17. Masato Motomura (2004 to 2014: 10-year gap)
    18. Seyed Ghassem Miremadi (2003 to 2013: 10-year gap)
    19. William Kamp (2007 to 2017: 10-year gap)

    Longest career
    That is, the longest gap between the first and the most recent paper.

    FPGA

    1. Jason Cong (1995 to 2019: 24 years)
    2. Paul Chow (1995 to 2019: 24 years)
    3. Steven J. E. Wilton (1995 to 2019: 24 years)
    4. Vaughn Betz (1995 to 2019: 24 years)
    5. Alireza Kaviani (1996 to 2019: 23 years)
    6. Michael J. Wirthlin (1996 to 2019: 23 years)
    7. Jonathan Rose (1995 to 2017: 22 years)
    8. Kurt Keutzer (1997 to 2019: 22 years)
    9. Peter M. Athanas (1997 to 2019: 22 years)
    10. Rob A. Rutenbar (1997 to 2019: 22 years)
      FCCM
    11. Brad L. Hutchings (1995 to 2018: 23 years)
    12. Michael J. Wirthlin (1995 to 2018: 23 years)
    13. Paul Chow (1996 to 2018: 22 years)
    14. Peter Y. K. Cheung (1996 to 2018: 22 years)
    15. Wayne Luk (1996 to 2018: 22 years)
    16. Jason Cong (1997 to 2018: 21 years)
    17. John Wawrzynek (1997 to 2018: 21 years)
    18. Maya Gokhale (1997 to 2018: 21 years)
    19. Peter M. Athanas (1995 to 2016: 21 years)
      FPL
    20. Steven M. Burns (1992 to 2018: 26 years)
    21. Christian Iseli (1994 to 2018: 24 years)
    22. Hideharu Amano (1994 to 2018: 24 years)
    23. Wayne Luk (1994 to 2018: 24 years)
    24. Apostolos Dollas (1994 to 2017: 23 years)
    25. Brad L. Hutchings (1995 to 2018: 23 years)
    26. Norbert Wehn (1995 to 2018: 23 years)
      FPT
    27. George A. Constantinides (2002 to 2017: 15 years)
    28. Wayne Luk (2002 to 2017: 15 years)
    29. Hideharu Amano (2003 to 2017: 14 years)
    30. Jason Helge Anderson (2002 to 2016: 14 years)
    31. Kris Gaj (2003 to 2017: 14 years)
    32. Marco Platzner (2003 to 2017: 14 years)
    33. Mehdi Baradaran Tahoori (2002 to 2016: 14 years)
    34. Máire O’Neill (2002 to 2016: 14 years)
    35. Oliver Diessel (2002 to 2016: 14 years)
    36. Oskar Mencer (2002 to 2016: 14 years)
    37. Peter Zipf (2003 to 2017: 14 years)
    38. Philip H. W. Leong (2002 to 2016: 14 years)
    39. Steven J. E. Wilton (2002 to 2016: 14 years)

    Longest streak
    That is, the longest sequence of successive conferences with at least one paper.

    FPGA

    1. Jason Cong (since 1995: 25 conferences)
    2. Wayne Luk (since 2007: 13 conferences)
    3. Jonathan Rose (1995 to 2006: 12 conferences)
    4. Paul Chow (2006 to 2017: 12 conferences)
    5. Scott Hauck (1998 to 2006: 9 conferences)
    6. André DeHon (2011 to 2017: 7 conferences)
    7. George A. Constantinides (2011 to 2017: 7 conferences)
    8. Jason Helge Anderson (2008 to 2014: 7 conferences)
    9. Mingjie Lin (since 2013: 7 conferences)
    10. Peter Y. K. Cheung (2005 to 2011: 7 conferences)
    11. Steven Trimberger (1997 to 2003: 7 conferences)
      FCCM
    12. Wayne Luk (since 1996: 23 conferences)
    13. Peter Y. K. Cheung (1996 to 2007: 12 conferences)
    14. Brad L. Hutchings (1995 to 2003: 9 conferences)
    15. Ron Sass (2005 to 2013: 9 conferences)
    16. Scott Hauck (1997 to 2005: 9 conferences)
    17. George A. Constantinides (2000 to 2007: 8 conferences)
    18. Keith D. Underwood (2001 to 2007: 7 conferences)
    19. Nachiket Kapre (since 2012: 7 conferences)
    20. Philip H. W. Leong (1998 to 2004: 7 conferences)
    21. Satnam Singh (1995 to 2001: 7 conferences)
      FPL
    22. Wayne Luk (since 1994: 25 conferences)
    23. Manfred Glesner (1995 to 2013: 19 conferences)
    24. Peter Y. K. Cheung (1997 to 2015: 19 conferences)
    25. Tsutomu Maruyama (1998 to 2012: 15 conferences)
    26. Marco Platzner (2002 to 2011: 10 conferences)
    27. Philip H. W. Leong (2002 to 2011: 10 conferences)
    28. Dirk Koch (since 2010: 9 conferences)
    29. Patrick Lysaght (1994 to 2002: 9 conferences)
      FPT
    30. Hideharu Amano (since 2003: 15 conferences)
    31. Steven J. E. Wilton (2002 to 2013: 12 conferences)
    32. Peter Y. K. Cheung (2002 to 2009: 8 conferences)
    33. Wayne Luk (since 2010: 8 conferences)
    34. Jonathan Rose (2002 to 2008: 7 conferences)
    35. Jürgen Teich (2005 to 2011: 7 conferences)
    36. Oskar Mencer (2002 to 2008: 7 conferences)
    37. Guy Lemieux (2004 to 2009: 6 conferences)
    38. Hayden Kwok-Hay So (since 2012: 6 conferences)
    39. Lesley Shannon (2007 to 2012: 6 conferences)
    40. Lingli Wang (since 2012: 6 conferences)
    41. Paul Chow (since 2012: 6 conferences)
    42. Suhaib A. Fahmy (2010 to 2015: 6 conferences)
    43. Vaughn Betz (since 2012: 6 conferences)

    Most papers per conference
    FPGA

    1. Jason Cong (7 papers in 2013)
    2. Zhiru Zhang (6 papers in 2017)
      FCCM
    3. Jason Cong (6 papers in 2018)
    4. Wayne Luk (6 papers in 2002)
    5. Peter Y. K. Cheung (5 papers in 2002)
      FPL
    6. George A. Constantinides (8 papers in 2005)
    7. Wayne Luk (8 papers in 2003)
    8. Jürgen Becker (7 papers in 2007)
    9. Peter Y. K. Cheung (7 papers in 2005)
      FPT
    10. Wayne Luk (9 papers in 2002)
    11. George A. Constantinides (5 papers in 2006)
    12. Hideharu Amano (5 papers in 2013)
    13. Lingli Wang (5 papers in 2013)


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    大佬 Jason Cong,

    看看他最近的一篇,127GHz CMOS 数字预失真PAM4收发器,A Millimeter-Wave CMOS Transceiver With Digitally Pre-Distorted PAM-4 Modulation for Contactless Communications。

    美国在前沿研究中始终走在前面,毫米波的芯片研究更是如此,中国和美国在5G频段之争上的关键,就是看美国能不能在毫米波取得突破进展。

    This paper presents a millimeter-wave (127 GHz) CMOS transceiver with a digital pre-distortion capable PAM-4 modulator for contactless communications. The transmitter upconverts PAM-4 modulated baseband signals through a free-running 127-GHz oscillator and single-balanced mixer, and it delivers PAM-4 modulated carrier signals to a folded-dipole antenna, which is designed on a FR408HR substrate. The receiver's low-noise amplifier provides a 10-dB gain, and the self-mixer downconverts carrier-modulated PAM-4 signals to baseband signals without the necessity of carrier synchronization. The PAM-4 modulator pre-distorts the baseband signals and corrects the non-linear characteristics of the transmitter's upconversion mixer and the receiver's downconversion self-mixer. Designed and fabricated in a 65-nm CMOS process, the demonstrated system transfers 20 Gb/s of PAM-4 modulated data through a 1-mm air gap and consumes 79.5 mW (transmitter: 50.8 mW and receiver: 28.7 mW) of power under a 1.2-V supply, achieving a 3.98-pJ/bit energy efficiency. The communication distance is extended to 3 cm by inserting a dielectric waveguide between the same transceiver.



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    2019 年的paper,人工智能和大数据。

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