The Chair of Computer Engineering focuses its research and teaching on the design, architecture, and implementation of energy-efficient computing systems. Main research topics are:
- Development of new methods and techniques for the conception and realization of heterogeneous computer architectures, especially using reconfigurable logic devices and microcontrollers.
- Design of novel processors using non-volatile memory technologies (RRAMs).
- Development of modern methods and frameworks for the design of energy-efficient embedded computing systems as well as their programming.
Our research approaches are used in diverse applications such as modern industrial processes (including predictive maintenance), fast data transmission (5G), health applications (wearable sensors for diagnostics) and for fast signal processing (optical, radar) using artificial intelligence.