Computing systems hardware and software
Members of ECE ILLINOIS faculty are doing work that emphasizes systems, within both hardware and software. This includes work in the areas of algorithms and computational complexity; compilers; computer-aided design; computer architecture; databases; embedded, real-time, hybrid systems; hardware verification and testing; logic design and VLSI, operating systems; parallel processing; and programming languages. In all these areas, the focus is on how all parts of computers work together to solve many different kinds of problems.
Current research projects in computing systems hardware and software include automatic assertion generation, analysis, synthesis, and programming techniques which can help the creation of bug-free systems, and single-ISA heterogeneous multi-core architecture and conjoined-core architectures.
Faculty with primary interest in this area
Affiliate faculty with primary interest in this area
Faculty with secondary interest in this area
Research topics in this discipline
- Algorithms and computational complexity
- Computer aided design
- Computer architecture
- Embedded, real-time, and hybrid systems
- Hardware verification and testing
- Logic design and VLSI
- Operating systems
- Parallel processing
- Programming languages
- System modeling and measurement
|ECE 508||Manycore Parallel Algorithms||Credit in CS 420 or ECE 408|
|ECE 511||Computer Architecture||Credit in CS 433 or ECE 411||Website|
|ECE 512||Computer Microarchitecture||Credit in ECE 511
Credit in CS 426
|ECE 584||Embedded System Verification|
The approximate number of living ECE ILLINOIS alumni worldwide.