Intelligent Cyber-Physical Systems-on-Chip

The Fanos Research Lab at McMaster University focuses on the design, analysis, and deployment of intelligent Cyber-Physical Systems-on-Chip (iCPSoCs). iCPSoCs research is multidisciplinary by nature. As the figure illustrates, CPS are found in many critical domains such as Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), Autonomous Cars, Railways, Internet-of-Things (IoT), and healthcare systems. To build efficient CPS for these domains, we are interested in research areas both at the infrastructure-level (e.g. hardware, software applications, compilers, and operating systems) as well as at the foundational-level (e.g. HW/SW codesign, artificial intelligence, scheduling theory, and security).

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Recent News

Accepted Paper at TC

We have a new accepted paper in the IEEE Transactions on Comptuers (TC) with Anirudh M. Kaushik and Hiren Patel @ UWaterloo entitled “Designing Predictable C...

Two Accepted Papers at DATE

We have two papers accepted in IEEE Design Automation and Test in Europe (DATE 2020). The first one is with our collaborators @ UWaterloo, Canada and is ent...

Accepted Paper at RTSS

We have an accepted paper in IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium (RTSS), 2020. The paper entitled “The Best of All Worlds: Improving Predictability at the Perf...

Outstanding Paper Award at ECRTS

Our paper “Analysis of Memory-Contention in Heterogeneous COTS MPSoCs” with Rodolfo Pellizzoni from uWaterloo has received the Outstanding Paper Award from E...