The CC Chair welcomes new interns: Dylan and Omar!

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Dylan Gageot is currently pursuing an engineering degree in electronics and computer engineering with the National Institute of Applied Sciences in Rennes (INSA). Since 2019, he works with the Institute of Electronics and Telecommunications of Rennes (IETR). His research interests focus on Models of Computation and complexity reduction techniques that ease their implementation on MPSoCs. In his internship, planned for 3 months, he will work on compiler-runtime interaction for adaptable execution of Kahn Process Networks with implicit data-level parallelism. Robert Khasanov will be helping him as an advisor.

Omar Romdhani is currently following a double degree curriculum in Computer Science Engineering and pursuing a Master of Science at the National School of Computer Science (ENSI) in Tunisia. During his research stay at the Chair for Compiler Construction, planned for 5 months, Omar will work in a project entitled "Engineering Cyber-Physical Systems and Internet of Things (EngCPS&IoT)", supported by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). He will be studying and benchmarking adaptive and parameterized dynamic dataflow models such as SADF. The research stay is a collaboration between ENSI with Prof. Chadlia Jerad from the University of Manouba, and the CC chair at TU Dresden. Hasna Bouraoui will be helping him as an advisor.

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