Just started on POK the new MOOC “FPGA computing systems: A Bird’s Eye View on Reconfigurable Computing”.
This course is for anyone passionate in learning how a hardware component can be adapted at runtime to better respond to users/environment needs. This adaptation can be provided by the designers, or it can be an embedded characteristic of the system itself. These runtime adaptable systems will be implemented by using FPGA technologies.
This course aims to teach everyone the basics of FPGA-based reconfigurable computing systems. We cover the basics of how to decide whether or not to use an FPGA and, if this technology will be proven to be the right choice, how to program it.
This course is the first one of a “series”, aimed at providing a structured understanding on how the FPGAs are working and of the rationale behind the choice of them to implement a desired system. Enrollment open on POK.