Welcome to Embedded and Networked Things (ENT-Lab) Group!
We aim to explore the cross-cutting research problems and gaps concerning the hardware and software for networked embedded systems with extreme resource and energy constraints. These systems will significantly impact how we live and work in the near future since there will be billions of interconnected devices. This situation will create a significant demand for more bandwidth, low-power operation, sustainability, confidentiality, security, dependability, and many more. We focus on designing systems by considering these requirements and works on the problems at the intersection of embedded systems, computer architectures, energy harvesting, the internet of things, low-power wireless protocols, sensor networks and distributed algorithms, operating systems/run-times, and machine learning.
Please contact Kasim Sinan Yildirim for thesis and collaboration opportunities.
- Efficient and Safe I/O Operations for Intermittent Systems, EuroSys’2023
- AdaMICA: Adaptive Multicore Intermittent Computing, Proc. ACM Interact. Mob. Wearable Ubiquitous Technol. Volume 6, Issue 4, September 2022 and ACM UbiComp 2022
- Immortal Threads: Multithreaded Event-driven Intermittent Computing on Ultra-Low-Power Microcontrollers, OSDI’22
- Virtualizing Intermittent Computing, IEEE Internet of Things Journal 2022
- NORM: An FPGA-based Non-volatile Memory Emulation Framework for Intermittent Computing, ACM Journal on Emerging Technologies in Computing Systems (JETC) 2022