The 5th International Scientific-Practical Conference “Theoretical and Applied Aspects of Device Development on Microcontrollers and FPGAs” has taken place
On June 23, the 5th International Scientific-Practical Conference “Theoretical and Applied Aspects of Device Development on Microcontrollers and FPGAs” took place remotely via the Google Meet platform. The conference began with opening remarks from Irina Svyd, the Head of the Department of Microprocessor Technologies and Systems, and Sergiy Sakalo, the Dean of the Faculty of IRTZI at the University of Radio Electronics. Participants of the conference then presented their reports and discussed modern requirements for the development of devices based on microcontrollers and FPGAs. All presentations were informative and relevant to the conference’s theme. Prospective directions for the conference’s future development were discussed at the end of the event.
The conference aimed to address the tasks and priority areas of scientific and technical development in the field of device design using microcontrollers and FPGAs, embedded systems, the Internet of Things (IoT), industrial IoT, and more. It sought to find solutions to promote better interaction between the “education-science-industry” chain and foster the development of an innovative ecosystem, scientific research, and technological advancements.