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  • Computer Engineering Research at Ga. Tech Douglas M. Blough School of ECE Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Computer Engineering Research Areas
    • Computer Architecture
    • Design, Test, and Verification
    • Embedded Systems
    • Networks and Distributed Systems
    • System Software and Compilers
    • Biologically-Inspired Computing
  • Computer Architecture Research
    • Faculty: Blough, Davis, Hamblen, Schimmel, Schlag, S. Wills, Yalamanchili
    • Sample projects:
      • ASAN
      • QoS router design
      • Multimedia architectures
  • Design, Test, and Verification Research
    • Faculty: Chatterjee, Davis, Hughes, Keezer, Lim, Mooney, Schimmel, Schlag, Swaminathan, Velev
    • Sample projects:
      • Mixed-signal testing
      • Hardware-software co-design
      • Hardware verification
      • Power-aware design
  • Embedded Systems Research
    • Faculty: Anderson, Blough, Hamblen, Mooney, Palem, Peatman, L. Wills
    • Sample projects:
      • Real-time OS for multiprocessor-on-a-chip
      • Real-time DSP
      • Power-aware computing
  • Networks and Distributed Systems Research
    • Faculty: Blough, Owen, Riley, Schimmel, Yalamanchili
    • Sample projects:
      • ASAN
      • Next-generation Internet
      • Simulation of large-scale networks
      • Fault tolerance in distributed systems
  • System Software and Compilers Research
    • Faculty: Blough, Palem, Riley, L. Wills
    • Sample projects:
      • Compilers for power-aware and high-performance systems
      • Middleware for autonomous flight-control software
      • Software re-engineering
  • Dependable Distributed Systems and Software
    • Adaptive management of distributed systems
      • study of replication, voting, and consistency mechanisms, and their combinations/tradeoffs in dependable distributed systems
    • Middleware for fault injection and measurement of distributed software
      • study of how different classes of software respond to a wide variety of faults
    • Sensor networks
      • characterization of sensor densities and transmitting ranges necessary to ensure connected network
      • study of how much network lifetime can be extended by various energy-conserving protocols