Architecture, Embedded Systems and Electronics, Robotics

Available Speakers on this Topic

Todd Michael Austin – Ann Arbor, MI, United States

Saurabh Bagchi – West Lafayette, IN, United States

  • Debugging embedded systems that run our lives
    Networked embedded systems (NES) often need to operate for extended periods in an unattended mode while maintaining a high assurance of reliable operation. We target NES that operate under...

Swarup Bhunia – Gainesville, FL, United States

  • Computing in Memory for Data-Intensive Applications
    Energy-efficiency has emerged as a major barrier in performance scalability for applications that require handling large volume of data including analytics and informatics applications. For...
  • FPGA Security: New Frontiers
    Reconfigurable hardware platforms, e.g. Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) are being increasingly deployed in diverse applications including the emerging Internet of Things (IoT) edge devices,...
  • Security of the Internet of Things: Are We Paranoid Enough?
    Security has become a critical design challenge for modern electronic hardware. With the emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT) regime that promises exciting new applications from smart...

Christophe Bobda – Fayetteville, AR, United States

Erik Brunvand – UT, United States

Tracy K Camp – CO, United States

Amlan Chakrabarti – Kolkata, India

Tassos Dimitriou – Athens, Greece

Falko Dressler – Paderborn, Germany

Arvind Easwaran – Singapore, Singapore

Tsung-Yi Ho – Hsinchu, Taiwan

Kristina Höök – Stockholm, Sweden

  • Designing for Somaesthetics
    In designing for bodily experiences, there has been a lack of theories that can provide the underpinnings we need to understand and deepen our design thinking. Despite all the work we have seen on...
  • The Mobile Life? An enjoyment society
    The Mobile Life Centre, started in 2007, has grown to be about 45 researchers, exploring experiential, leisure and playful mobile and ubiquitous interactions. We do serious research on what we...
  • What is design knowledge?
    Research through design (RtD) aims at bringing out design knowledge in different forms: both the ultimate particulars (specific designs used in specific contexts) as well as more generic...

Anis Koubaa – Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Perry Victor Lea – Boise, ID, United States

  • 5G Communication for IoT
    5G communication is being developed, marketed, and planned on by anyone involved in communication.  The plans are big: Gigabit speeds, 1 million nodes by square kilometer, maintain...
  • Computer Architecture Flops and Failures
    During this conversation, we will discuss computer flops.  Not necessarily floating-point operations per second, but failures and pitfalls that have served the computer industry for...
  • Fog Computing and the 20% Rule
    Fog computing is the extension of the cloud to the edge of compute.  As the world grows to 50 billion connected objects, certain laws of physics preside that need to be discussed.  Fog...
  • In Memory Intelligence  The Legacy of von-Neumann
    This lecture will talk about cutting edge design that’s been in the works for 40 years.  We will dive in deep on in-memory computing not using typical tricks like caches, HBM and...

Gabriel H Loh – Bellevue, WA, United States

  • Computer Architectures for 3D Die Stacking
    Session 1 Title: Die Stacking and it Architectural Implications
    Session 2 Title: Introduction to Die-Stacked Memory Systems
    Session 3 Title: Advanced Topics...
  • Memory Organizations for 3D Die Stacking
    This talk provides a brief overview and review of die-stacking technologies, covering some of the different types of options out there for stacking, and in particular focusing on how the...

Chenyang Lu – Clayton, MO, United States

  • Dependable Internet of Things
    IoT-driven control underpins many IoT applications in industries and smart cities.  In contrast to best-effort IoT often found in consumer markets, there remain daunting challenges to...

Yung-Hsiang Lu – West Lafayette, IN, United States

  • Mobile Computing in a Connected World
    Mobile computers connected to the Internet allow users anywhere to create, share, and retrieve information. Despite the convenience, mobile computers have one critical disadvantage: the...
  • Power Management- A System View
    Reducing power consumption is important for electronic systems due to many reasons.  Battery-powered mobile systems and embedded systems are widely used today.  Energy cost...

Chenyang Lu – Clayton, MO, United States

  • Real-Time Cloud Computing
    Recent years have witnessed increasing demand for real-time cloud services to support Internet of Things and other time-critical applications.  However, existing virtualization and cloud...
  • Real-Time Internet of Things
    Recent years have witnessed increasing demand for real-time cloud services to support Internet of Things and other time-critical applications.  However, existing virtualization and cloud...

Prabhat Mishra – Gainesville, FL, United States

  • Design Automation for Embedded Systems
    Embedded systems are everywhere. They run the computing devices hidden inside a vast array of everyday products such as mobile phones, gadgets, cameras, and smart appliances. Cars are full of...
  • Energy-Aware Dynamic Reconfiguration in Real-Time Systems
    Energy is one of the key design considerations in embedded systems. Optimization techniques based on dynamic reconfiguration are widely employed for achieving various design objectives. While...
  • High-level Modeling and Validation of Embedded Systems
    Design validation is a major bottleneck in System-on-Chip (SoC) design – up to 70% of the time (cost) is spent in functional and timing validation. To drastically reduce overall validation...
  • Post-Silicon Validation and Debug
    Post-silicon validation is widely acknowledged as a major bottleneck for complex integrated circuits. Due to increasing design complexity coupled with shrinking time-to-market constraints, it is...
  • Validation of Hardware Security and Trust
    Reusable hardware Intellectual Property (IP) based System-on-Chip (SoC) design has emerged as a pervasive design practice in the industry to dramatically reduce design/verification cost while...

Shubu Mukherjee – Southborough, MA, United States

Jon G Peddie – Tiburon, CA, United States

  • Augmented Reality, where we all will live
    Philosophers, scientists, futurists, and other have speculated about the moment in time when computers will match, and quickly exceed, human processing speed, memory access, and ultimately...
  • Exploiting Machine Learning in Gaming
    If you want to exploit ML, this session will give ideas on how to use the next wave of technology.
    We will discuss ideas for enhancement and differentiation of gaming...
  • Future computing
    How will compute evolve over the next ten years
    These panel members get paid the big bucks to figure that out
    Anything that uses electricity will be a...
  • Learning Deeply
    Can an AI make a movie?
     
    The first step was training it on trailers of 100 horror movies. Each trailer was segmented into...
  • Mixed (up?) reality
    The realities of virtual reality. Who is (was) using it, who will use it, and why.

    This was followed by a panel discussion.
  • Real Time Experiences
    Realtime is being built with a collection of tools. Some are being adapted from the game industry. Others are adapted from other disciplines like mo-cap, mobile technology,...
  • Visual Computing
    We want/need very high-resolution, fast, color accurate cameras in stationary locations (transportation and shopping centers, sports arenas, etc.) and mobile (on first-responders and law...

Abhik Roychoudhury – Singapore, Singapore

  • Design of Time-critical Embedded Systems
    Real-time embedded systems work in presence of timing constraints imposed by the external environment. For this reason, the software running on real-time embedded systems should not only...
  • Performance Debugging of Embedded System
    Modern embedded systems are often associated with stringent performance, cost and power constraints. Hence, designing such systems involve guaranteeing that these constraints are met, apart...

Andrzej Rucinski – Strafford, NH, United States

  • OPPORTUNITY OF INTERNET OF THINGS SEMINAR
    Internet of Things (IoT) is an expanding space for researchers, students, and professionals.  Development of IoT applications is hindered by the lack of available design tools,...

Valentina Salapura – NY, United States

Sandeep K Shukla – Kanpur, India

Dhananjay Singh – Seoul, Republic of Korea

Leonel Sousa – INESC-ID, Rua Alves Redol, 9, Portugal

Yu Wang – Beijing, China

Bebo White – San Francisco, CA, United States

  • Storages Are Not Forever
    Like the well-known concern over diminishing fossil fuels, information technology is bringing its own unique future challenges. This lecture describes one of the most fundamental of these...