The Chair for Embedded Systems addresses design, analysis, and verification of distributed embedded systems and systems-on-chip as well as their application in the automotive, avionics, internet of things (IoT) and the medical domain.
The trend towards autonomous systems in various application domains accompanied with the increasing demand for safety and security enforces the need for efficient stress tests under varying environmental conditions in order to build robust application-specific hardware/software architectures especially in the case of implementing machine-learning applications on embedded devices.
The research activities are in the area of design electronic design automation (EDA), embedded system design, performance, power and thermal analysis, embedded many-core architectures, safety and security architectures, verification of embedded systems, as well as technology projection and architectural design – from system-level to tape-out.
Major teaching topics are embedded system design, computer architecture, computer engineering, and multimedia systems.
Tokio, Kanto, Japan
Irvine, California, United States of America
Austin, Texas, United States of America
Athen, Attika, Greece