Embedded systems have been widely adopted in many domains, such as telecommunication devices, smart-phone applications, automotive controllers, and navigation systems. To ensure the stability, dependability, and safety, in additional to the functional properties, an embedded system has to satisfy non-functional properties, such as timing satisfaction, energy reduction, reliability assurance. The Chair of Micro Hardware Technologies for Automation focuses on the design and analysis of real-time and embedded systems, specifically, for the following topics:
- Timing Predictability of MPSoCs (multiprocessor systems on chip)
- Low-Power and Energy-Efficient Considerations
- Energy-Harvesting Systems
- Reliability System Designs
- Design Automation
The chair is actively participating in premier international communities for design automation, real-time systems, embedded systems, and low-power designs. If you are interested, please join us as a student (check theses), a researcher (check jobs) or as an academic or industrial collaborator.