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ITEC - Institute of Computer Engineering

The Institute of Computer Engineering focuses on all kinds of different topics from the fields of embedded systems, computer architecture and reliable nano systems.

The chair for embedded systems (CES) is involved in the design, optimisation and the architectures of the next generation of embedded systems in particular considering ubiquitarious system properties. Above all, the performance as well as the power consumption and its trade off are decisively important. Reliability plays an important role with regard to future technology generations as does run-time adaptivity.

The field of computer architecture and parallel programming (CAPP) focuses on the design and organisation of innovative computer structures with regard to future multi-core and many-core

 

processors for super computing systems and embedded systems. The work centres around methods and tools for efficient programming of system structures with chip multiprocessors and the draft of dynamically

Treconfigurable process architectures. The research and teaching activities in the field of Dependable Nano Computing (CDNC) above all concentrate on the topics »Test« and »Reliability« in VLSI and in nano systems.

Current research topics are: nanocomputing, developing and test automation, disturbance and error tolerance in emerging nanotechnologies, dependable computing, disturbance-tolerant and error-tolerant computing, system biology, and the analysis of complex molecular pathways of human illnesses.

ITEC - Institute of Computer Engineering
Research Groups Contact
Operating Systems Prof. Dr. F. Bellosa
Embedded Systems Prof. Dr. J. Henkel
Computer Architecture and Parallel Processing Prof. Dr. W. Karl
Dependable Nano Computing Prof. Dr. M. Tahoori
Embedded Systems Dr. L. Bauer

(Young Investigator Group)

   
Professors Emeriti  
Chair for Embedded Systems Prof. em. Dr. W. Görke

Chair for Embedded Systems

Prof. em. Dr. D. Schmid