Embedded Electronic Systems
Master information, communication and electronic technologies, use them (1) to transform creativity into innovation, (2) to promote the economic value of research, and (3) to empower people and communities.
Embedded systems are crucial in the development of new devices and products, for emergent applications, and for consumer electronics, IT, communications and media, energy, environment, transports, biomedicine and life science. The main objective is to research new algorithms, architectures, methodologies, tools and circuits for designing efficient embedded electronic systems. With the purpose of designing, verifying and testing embedded systems, the EES line performs research on electronic circuits design for high scale integration, algorithms and tools for implementing programmable and reconfigurable embedded systems, and control and signal processing algorithms suitable for implementations in real-time, energy-efficient embedded systems. Starting with basic research for enabling different and general applications, we target advanced applied research and innovation using emergent technologies and applications, in partnership with worldwide institutions (academia, R&D, and industry).