The summer semester 2020 at KIT will start with online teaching. Please check the ILIAS courses for more details.
With the rapid enhancements in embedded design, low-power wireless tech-nologies, and sensors, we have witnessed an explosion in the number of smart devices. These devices, alongside the proliferation of smartphones have ena-bled the emerging paradigm of Internet-of-Things (IoT). In this paradigm, the smart devices that surround us are connected to each other and to the Internet in order to provide new and better functions. IoT covers a wide range of appli-cations including smart home, smart building, smart city, smart industry, healthcare monitoring, etc.
In this seminar, our main focus is to study different challenges of IoT from em-bedded design and network level perspective. Topics include but are not lim-ited to ultra-low power processors, low power wireless radio, Approximate com-puting for IoT, edge computing, computation offloading, etc.