Electronic & Embedded Systems Research Group
The Electronic and Embedded Systems Research Group is devoted to advancing hardware and software architectures to improve performance, energy-efficiency, security and reliability of life-critical and real-time embedded systems.
Comprised of world-leading academics and industrial experts, the Electronic and Embedded Systems Research Group investigates and develops technology involved in next-generation systems, such as autonomous vehicles. Their research identifies the limitations imposed by today’s technology such as scalability, security and reliability, seeking to overcome these to future proof upcoming generations of such systems.
Incorporating safety and emerging technologies (i.e. artificial intelligence, machine learning), our research team seeks to enable electronic computing systems to efficiently react to hazards and unpredictable modifications in their environment without compromising performance and energy efficiency.
Our Research Projects
- Development of MPSoC using Cortex-M Processors (MPSoC)
Our Research Opportunities
Our PhD students play a central role in our wide-ranging research activities, making vital contributions to the success of the research itself. Find out more about our current research opportunities.