VLSI circuits and systems
Research in the VLSI circuits and systems area is focused on Electronic Design Automation (EDA) of digital and analog circuits , as well as VLSI design. Current research projects cover all strategically important areas, including logic synthesis, layout synthesis, modeling, simulation, low power, reliability, testing, design for manufacturability, hardware/software co-design, application specific integrated circuits (ASICs), and System-on-Silicon (SOC), and hardware acceleration of EDA algorithms.
Computer Aided Design and Synthesis
Research in this area is focused on optimization for energy-efficient VLSI circuits, design for testability, on-chip communication fabrics, dynamic power management, adaptive circuit design, interactions between physical design and system-level design, heuristics for large scale combinatorial optimization.
Research in the computer architecture area is focused on on security, power, reliability and performance of the future chip-multiprocessor (CMP) and multiprocessor system-on-chip (MPSoC) designs as well as computer arithmetic.
Research in the Computer Networks area is focused on network protocols, routing algorithms, quality of service (QOS), security, survivability, support for multimedia, network coding, wireless communication networks and wireless sensor networks.
Research in the Systems area is focused on fault-tolerant systems, storage and file systems, computer architecture, and multiprocessors on a chip.