Embedded, Networked, and Wireless Systems

Research Areas -> Computer Architecture -> Embedded, Networked, and Wireless Systems
Embedded systems are computers within devices not generally considered to be computers, e.g., vehicles, medical devices, smartphones, sensor networks, etc. The embedded systems market is growing 50% faster than that for general-purpose computing. Embedded system designers frequently face the problem of designing compact, complex, high-performance, inexpensive, low-power, real-time, reliable, secure, and wireless devices within a relatively very short time to market. ACAL research in this area covers the entire “stack,” from transistors and circuits to operating system and application software.
Dick, Robert
Dutta, Prabal
Fu, Kevin
Mahlke, Scott
Sylvester, Dennis

Affiliated Faculty
Mao, Zhuoqing Morley