Embedded Systems & System on Chip

Embedded Systems & System on Chip (ENGR 389): 29 Workstations

 
The ESOC research lab is used to conduct several cutting-edge research projects in network-on-chip architecture, energy-aware computing, formal verification, self-healing systems, and Al hardware accelerators. The lab also supports students from several graduate-level courses in embedded systems and system-on-chip design and verification.  

Courses: EE270 - Advanced Logic Design
               EE275 - Advanced Computer Architectures
               EE276 - Parallel Computer Systems
               EE276B - Multi-core Architectures
               EE277A - Embedded SoC Design
               EE198A/B - Senior Design Project
               EE297A/B - MSEE Project
               EE299A/B - MSEE Thesis

Laboratory Director: Dr. Thuy T. Le, Dr. Binh Q. Le, Dr. Hiu-Yung Wong
Sponsor:    Electrical Engineering Department
 
Equipment Model Quantity
Desktop Computer Dell Optiplex 9020 21
Multicore HPC Server Titanus 8