Internships & Graduation Projects 2019

Student

University

Project

Electrical Engineering
Utrecht University of Applied Sciences

Hardware team: design of a demo board featuring a Broadcom Avenger Ethernet Switch. Once completed this board is used by AimValley customers to evaluate the AimOS stack.

Jeroen Langeveld

Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Utrecht University of Applied Sciences.

ASIC/FPGA team: assignment on Amazon cloud services (AWS) FPGA acceleration.

Computer Science
Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences.

Software team: development of FPGA test suite, analysing the current proprietary FPGA test suite, defining a new architecture for an FPGA test suite based on Python and to implement and demonstrate this new concept.

Digital Media and Creative Industries
Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences.

FPGA Team: design of a bootloader for the HyperBus(tm) enabled embedded processor of the AimValley Smart SFP Platform.

Computer Engineering
Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

ASIC/FPGA team:  build an application running on a mobile device and connects to the microblaze running in the FPGA.

Computer Engineering
Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

ASIC/FPGA team: building hardware assisted traffic generation/monitoring functions to the EX5 platform. He will be using the microblaze in the FPGA in conjunction with programmable logic in the FPGA.

Computer Science
Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

Software team: porting ONIE and OpenNetworkLinux to our EX240 carrier-grade switches.

Software Engineering
Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

Software team: investigate options to store data in a database external to the embedded system with the aim to improve system performance. He will also develop a prototype that will be used by AimValley as basis for future customer product development.

Electronic Engineering
Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

As part of the InnovationLab program at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, they will work on a prototype for an alternative burn-in test for PSD device, using Thermo Electric Modules (Peltier) instead of a climatic chamber. A more intensive test and better scalability is expected.