Beyond DSP, part I: Using a mixed- architecture with PULP for audio processing applications

14 October 2022 @ 15.00 - 16.30

In this series of webinars we will explore fresh new approaches that are available for audio experts today to develop their DSP differently. Part I will explore a new approach in chip architecture that uses PULP architecture mixed with smartly designed chip blocks that enable audio algorithms to be implemented more efficiently than a standard solution. 

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Form: webinar

Date: 14 October 2022

Time: 15.00 – 16.30

Place: Online via Zoom

Price: free

Language: English

If you have questions about signing up, please contact Murielle De Smedt,

Participant profile:

  • Electronic Engineers
  • Machine Learning / AI Engineers
  • DSP Engineers
  • Acoustics Engineers
  • Sound Engineers
  • Researchers
  • Audiophiles
  • Audio Enthusiasts
  • Electronics Hobbyists

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Digital Signal Processing has been one of the most important and used tools for many years to process and shape the digital sounds that we listen to in our everyday lives. With the rise of new technologies and architectures over the last few years, we are witnessing interesting new approaches of implementing DSP with unlikely new elements, that provide possibilities for new development opportunities. This series of webinars explores some of these new approaches and explains why and how they can be relevant, and potentially revolutionary, for audio product development of today, and of the future. 

In this webinar our guests educate us about a new approach to DSP using PULP architecture mixed with smartly designed chip blocks and will demonstrate why this new technology can be a new interesting approach for DSP algorithm design compared to other traditional

Martin is a jack-of-all-trades with a cross-disciplinary experience between Product Management, Business– , Software- and Architecture- development. Martin has the rare ability to interact with customers at an extremely deep technical level while also considering the broad commercial goals of the engagement. With that strong technical background and general understanding, Martin is the main communicator for GreenWaves, a fab-less semiconductor start-up developing new revolutionary technology for intelligent sensors that fusion image, sound and motion processing. Greenwaves Technologies main focus is to enable their technology for very low power consumption, wireless and low-cost applications. 

Martin Croome, Vice President of Marketing @ GreenWaves Technologies 

Eric Benhaim is the Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer of Orosound.  With his strong Entrepreneur spirit and vast work experience within signal processing and machine learning, Eric combined all those qualities to co-found Orosound and create the Selective and Directional Noise-Cancelling TILDE® VOICE FIRST technology, patented and awarded many times, including by the French Ministry of Research. Eric’s company Orosound is a french manufacturer of top of the range headphones, but also develops breakthrough technologies that can be embedded in other consumer brand products. Eric is known for his strong technical qualities, but is also praised by his colleagues as a pleasure to work with, a mentor for many and a very passionate knowledge sharing individual. 

Eric Benhaim, CTO and Co-founder @ Orosound

When you participate in this event, your time will be used as co-financing for the Innovation Power Project, which is funded by the Danish Business Promotion Board and the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science at a standard rate. Read more about Innovationskraft  HERE

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