Chair for Embedded Systems

IEEE Design&Test Vol. 37, Issue 6

  • Speaker:
    From Smartphones to Wearable Devices
  • Location:

    IEEE Explorer

  • Date: November/December
Design & Test

Magazine
Volume 37, Issue 6 (November/December)

Highlights
Special Issue on "Education for Cyber-Physical Systems"
Keynote Paper by Shesha Raghunathan and Leon Stok "EDA and Quantum Computing: a symbiotic relationship?"
General Interest Paper by  Gokul Krishnan, Sumit K. Mandal, Chaitali Chakrabarti, Jae-sun Seo, Umit Y. Ogras, and Yu Cao "Interconnect-Aware Area and Energy Optimization for In-Memory Acceleration of DNNs"
General Interest Paper by Muhammad Taimoor Khan, Martin Pinzger, Dimitrios Serpanos, and Howard Shrobe "Runtime Protection of Real-time Critical Control Applications against Known Threats"

November/December 2020 Content


From the EIC
Education for Cyber-Physical Systems
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Special Issue on Education for Cyber-Physical Systems
Guest Editors’ Introduction: Education for Cyber-Physical Systems
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Survey on Education for Cyber-Physical Systems
  Cyber–physical systems (CPSs) have proliferated our daily lives. Hence, it is imperative that we create a workforce ready to take up the challenges offered by this domain. read more
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The Role of Competence Networks in the Era of Cyber-Physical Systems — Promoting Knowledge Sharing and Knowledge Exchange
  The design of cyber–physical systems requires knowledge-shared across the boundaries of traditional disciplines. read more.
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Future Engineering Curricula: Balancing Domain Competence with CPS Readiness
  The integration of courses teaching CPS design into engineering curricula is very difficult, due to tight ceilings on the acceptable work load for students. read more.
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Introducing IoT Subjects to an Existing Curriculum
  This article explains how education in the Internet of Things (IoT) area is introduced into the training by the Department of Technology Management at the Holon Institute of Technology, Israel. read more
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A Programmable Open Architecture Testbed for CPS Education
  This contribution introduces the notion of cyber-physical systems (CPSs) and presents the questions which the corresponding Special Issue on CPS Education is trying to answer. read more
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Project-Based CPS Education: A Case Study of an Autonomous Driving Student Project
  Competences required for designing cyber–physical systems cannot be acquired in classical lecture-based education. read more
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Cyber-Physical Systems Security Education Through Hands-on Lab Exercises
  Cyber-physical systems (CPSs), due to interacting directly with the physical environment, must be dependable, and in particular must be secure. read more
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Keynote Papers
EDA and Quantum Computing: a symbiotic relationship?
  Editor’s notes: Quantum computing and quantum information science are collectively viewed as a potential game-changing paradigm of computing that can help accelerate various computationally intractable problems across numerous scientific and engineering domains. read more
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General Interest Papers

Interconnect-Aware Area and Energy Optimization for In-Memory Acceleration of DNNs
  State-of-the-art in-memory computing (IMC) architectures employ an array of homogeneous tiles and severely underutilize processing elements (PEs). read more
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Runtime Protection of Real-time Critical Control Applications against Known Threats
  With increasing complexity, connectivity, and programmability of embedded CPS devices, the potential cyber-attack surface has also been increasing making the study of related cyber-security issues highly relevant and timely. read more
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Departments
ISLPED 2020: An Experience of Virtual Conference during COVID-19 Time
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Conference Report From The 57th Design Automation Conference
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The Last Byte: Too Many Cooks Make the Product
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