My primary analysis concentrate is on wireless embedded systems architectures. I'm particularly thinking about the hardware - software program boundary and how modifications on 1 side influence the other. 1 such example is my Ph.D. dissertation function on Time in Wireless Embedded Systems. Other locations of interest are:
-> Natural Resource Consumption Monitoring
-> Physique Region Networks and Wireless Wellness Systems
-> Software program Defined Radios
-> Underwater Sensor Networks
My method to analysis entails a basic understanding and investigation of a issue, and to construct supporting hardware and software program systems that proof the feasibility and correctness of the theoretic outcomes. This method led me into two broad locations of analysis. I appreciate searching at detailed issues in embedded computing systems that have a basic impact on greater layer software program, like the clocking subsystem and its impact on time synchronization services. Additionally, I wish to make an impact in society, and offer them with helpful tools and systems to permit them to reduce their environmental footprint. Each parts of my analysis have their root within the "SensorScope" sensor network project that I began at EPFL, and is these days component of a bigger project known as “The Swiss Experiment”.
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