The Computer Engineering and Computer Systems area focuses on the design, implementation and evaluation of computer systems, including networked systems, storage, computer architecture, operating systems, embedded systems, and systems security. The area spans research from embedded and single servers to datacenter-wide systems, and systems spanning a wide-area network or the Internet.
Keren Bergman Charles Batchelor Professor of Electrical Engineering
Research areas:Large-Scale Optical Switching Fabrics, Optical Interconnection Networks for High-Performance Computing, Optical Interconnection Networks for Data Center Computing Systems, Integrable Interconnection Network Systems and Subsystems, Inter-Chip Multi-Processor Interconnection Networks, and Intra-Chip Multi-Processor Interconnection Networks.
Professor, Computer Science (affiliate with Electrical Engineering)
Research areas:Ultra low power VLSI circuit and system design and methodology, adaptive circuit and system design, reliable circuit and system design, cyber physical system, circuit architecture co-optimization.
Ken Shepard Lau Family Professor of Electrical Engineering
Research areas:Bioelectronics, biotic/abiotic interfaces, single-molecule diagnostics, CMOS integrated circuit design for biomedical applications, power electronics, carbon electronics.
Research areas:Wireless networks and systems including cross-layer considerations, full-duplex, multicast video, throughput optimization, energy-harvesting, and Medium Access Control. Resilience of computer networks and the power grid to large scale attacks.