Embedded and Reconfigurable Systems

April 4, 2007
Time: 11:00am-12:00pm
InterSchool Lab, 7th floor CEPSR
Hosted by: CS Department
Speaker: Ani Nahapetian, UCLA


Reconfigurable Computing

  • Approximation, online and predictive techniques for dynamic reconfigurable sensor networks, reconfigurable regenerative resources in sensor networks

Lightweight Heterogeneous Embedded Systems

  • Energy minimization techniques for non-convex power-speed curves for emerging technologies, code compression techniques for lightweight embedded systems

Embedded Systems (Emphasis on Healthcare Applications)

  • Reliability techniques for real-time embedded systems, sensor enhanced image processing

Speaker Biography

I am currently a Computer Science PhD candidate and a teaching fellow at UCLA. I was born and grew up in Los Angeles, California. I received a Masters in Computer Science in 2004 and a Bachelors in Computer Science and Engineering in 2002 both from UCLA. I am also the 2004 recipient of the UCLA School of Engineering's Rice Outstanding Master's Student Award. My advisor is Professor Majid Sarrafzadeh, and my co-advisor is Professor Miodrag Potkonjak. I am currently teaching for the fifth time Digital Design Lab, for which I am the head teaching assistant for all sections, and I have also been a teaching assistant for Digital Logic Design twice and Compiler Construction.

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