Power Managment in Real-time Systems
|chair:||Chair of Micro Hardware Technologies for Automation|
Room 001, Building 40.28
Wednesdays (biweekly) 14:00-15:30
Waqaas Munawar, M.Sc.
Juniorprofessor Dr. Jian-Jia Chen
Power management has been one of the main constraints faced by the designers of all kinds of computer systems in the past decade. Especially in connection to real-time systems its application becomes nontrivial. Due to the vastness of applicable domain, the whole spectrum, from server farms to tiny embedded devices, is poised to benefit from the advances in this field. Over the years it has attracted a lot of interest from research community as well as from industrial players and a considerable body of knowledge has been generated. However, there still remains a multitude of nontrivial challenges, ensuring a high relevance in the years to come.