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Research Statement

Our research strategy consist of maintaining a sizeable advance toward our communities, looking forward and anticipating the future, based on current available knowledge, and periodic self-assessment of our research objectives and work conducted in the past. We believe that incremental research can be conducted for some time (5 years), but not be able to address important problems of the future. We try as much as possible to conduct ground-breaking work to cope with future challenges. This requires taking some risks in the investigation of new directions, all of which are not always successful, but be able to recognize and focus on the most promising ones early. Our goal is to build and maintain a self-sustainable and competitive group through smart recruitment of new Master, PhD students and Postdocs and funding acquisition from major research organizations like NSF, NIH, DARPA, DoD, as well as the Industry. Our past and current work has contributed to lay the groundwork needed to take us to the next step.

Research Fields

We seek changes in the ways solutions are being provided in image processing, high-level design of multiprocessor on reconfigurable chips, and particularly the use of reconfigurable logic for investigation of self-organization in embedded systems. Specifically, our investigations are currently articulated around the following domains:

 

  • Embedded Intelligent Visual Systems AMOC (Adaptive Multiprocessor on Chip)
  • Virtual Prototyping of Image Processing System on Chip
  • Dynamic Network on Chip
  • On-chip multiprocessing
  • Hardware Virtualization on Field Programmable Gate Arrays
  • Embedded Optimization
  • Cyber Security

Funding

Our research is supported by funding and donations from the following organizations:

  • National Science Foundation
  • Airforce Research Lab
  • German Research Association
  • German-French University
  • European Union
  • Xilinx
  • Altera

Collaboration

We actively collaborate with the following organizations and companies:

  • R-Dex Systems (www.r-dex.com)
  • ZeSys (Center for Embedded Systems in Berlin, Germany) www.zesys.de
  • Frohle Network in Germany

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