What we're about

Die C++ User Group Karlsruhe (http://bit.do/CppUgKaSites) ist für alle C++-Enthusiasten, um Erfahrung auszutauschen, Gleichgesinnte zu treffen und Spaß zu haben. Wir treffen uns

• zu Info-Veranstaltungen an jedem 2. Mittwoch im Monat, im Informatik-Gebäude (50.34; Am Fasanengarten 5; 76131 KA) des Karlsruher Institut für Technologie ab 19:30 Uhr. Ab ca. 20 Uhr gibt es meist einen Vortrag inklusive Diskussion zu einem C++-Thema (siehe vergangene Treffs (https://github.com/CppUgKa/Treffen/wiki/Info-Treffs-(chronologisch))). Der Besuch ist kostenlos, es sind sowohl berufstätige als auch studierende willkommen. Wer selbst einen Vortrag (auf Deutsch oder in Ausnahmefällen auf Englisch) halten möchte, kann sich gerne mit uns in Verbindung setzen.

• zum Stammtisch an jedem 4. Mittwoch im Monat, in http://www.fc-suedstern.de/index.php?id=2 ab 19:00 Uhr. Dort essen und fachsimpeln wir in lockerer Runde.

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The C++ User Group Karlsruhe (http://bit.do/CppUgKaSites) is meant for all C++ enthusiasts. We aim to exchange knowledge, get connected and have fun. We meet

• for informational meetings the 2nd Wednesday each month at the computer science building (50.34; Am Fasanengarten 5; 76131 KA) of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technologie at 7:30 pm. At about 8pm, we usually have a presentation and discussion about a C++ topic (see previous meetings (https://github.com/CppUgKa/Treffen/wiki/Info-Treffs-(chronologisch))). Participation is free, professionals and students are both welcome. If you would also like to present a subject (usually in German, rarely in English), please contact us - we are happy to help and offer you a slot.

• for our regulars' table the 4th Wednesday each month at http://www.fc-suedstern.de/index.php?id=2 , starting 7:00 pm; we have dinner and talk shop in a relaxed atmosphere.

Upcoming events (5)

Signal Processing and ML Inference on the Edge (online talk by Kai Wolf)

Agenda:
This talk will recapitulate some essential audio processing basics and introduce necessary ML concepts before discussing different approaches for fast inference implementation on mobile devices. The talk will be held in English, together with the C++ UG Osnabrück.

Details:
The recent decade has been revolutionary regarding many technical aspects of our daily lives. We have experienced the transition from simplistic feature phones to fully featured little supercomputers carried
along in our pockets, capable of performing uttermost computationally heavy tasks directly on the device. Moreover, we are currently already in the midst of what some may call the third AI renaissance, and are now able to solve pattern recognition problems with relatively little effort that in the past could only be solved by humans. The latter development has been a game changer for a variety of applications including anomaly detection, classification or speech recognition.

Despite the advanced computational resources of modern mobile devices, it is still challenging to obtain optimal throughput and minimal latency with signal processing implementations, which typically involves
exploiting device specific acceleration techniques, such as vector intrinsics. However, this is not always feasible, especially when targeting a large variety of different architectures and target devices. One solution to this problem is using Androids RenderScript, a heterogeneous computing framework, to accelerate the processing of otherwise performance intensive tasks which will get optimized across multi-core CPUs, GPUs or DPSs on the target device.

Stammtisch (gemeinsam mit der Functional Programmers UG KA)

We meet on the platform https://www.wonder.me/r?id=50zl0a-izxmp&host=jj2ua6pg1f and form groups to discuss about various topics, from C++ to Rust, from embedded to functional programming.

We can form groups spontaneously. If you want, you can suggest topics, vote for and pick topics at http://agile.coffee/#efbd7b65-b467-4f0c-9c90-92b85d54d481

Stammtisch (gemeinsam mit der Functional Programmers UG KA)

We meet on the platform https://www.wonder.me/r?id=50zl0a-izxmp&host=jj2ua6pg1f and form groups to discuss about various topics, from C++ to Rust, from embedded to functional programming.

We can form groups spontaneously. If you want, you can suggest topics, vote for and pick topics at http://agile.coffee/#efbd7b65-b467-4f0c-9c90-92b85d54d481

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