Architectures and Devices for Computing
Our information age is built on the foundation of the devices that process and store information. Our faculty and students conduct research into computer architecture and computing devices that will bring the next technological advances to our information age.
Research projects in this area include energy efficient device architecture, optoelectronic devices, reconfigurable hardware, networks-on-chips, heterogeneous computing, future computing devices for late and post silicon technologies, and computing devices based on the emergent revolutionary paradigms of quantum computing and neuromorphic computing. In addition, this research includes emergent paradigms that blend computing and networking architectures together, as is the case with edge computing. A number of laboratories support the research activities in these areas as, for example, the Nanoelectronic Devices and Systems Laboratory, the High Performance Architectures Research (HiPer) Laboratory, and others more.
Faculty working in this area include: