Embedded Computing Laboratory (EC Lab)
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Welcome to the Embedded Computing Laboratory (ECLab) at the Information Technology University (ITU), Lahore. The research group is directed by Dr. Khurram Bhatti.
Drawing on its excellence in applied research, ECLab’s activities cover three main areas: Information Security in Embedded and Cloud Computing Systems, Context-aware Computing, and Contemporary Computing Architectures for secure-by-design systems. ECLab is involved in setting up collaborative projects in its core competencies with many partners around the world over the last few years. The research focus of ECLab is to address computing artifacts such as digital systems, computer architectures, computing models, algorithms, and software from the perspective of requirements and constraints related to embedded systems such as power & energy efficiency, security, predictability, and real-time so as to propose novel techniques for modeling, optimizing, and verifying current and future embedded computing systems. The EC Lab aims at designing innovative computing systems for the mobile and embedded domain that offer high performance, flexibility, energy-efficiency, and predictability.
- Information Security
- Computer Architecture
- Approximate Computing
- Real-time and Mixed Criticality Systems
- Power and Energy Efficient Computing
- Multicore & Many-core Scheduling
- FPGA-based Digital Design