MACH

MAssive Calculations on Hybrid systems High Performance Computing (HPC) is vital to for the European economy but new HPC hardware architectures, especially embedded system features, are hitting the market earlier…

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DynamIA

Dynamic and partial reconfiguration of FPGAs was introduced in the mid ‘90s. By ‘dynamic’ reconfiguration we mean the reconfiguration of an FPGA at run-time. When a specific part of the…

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STRES

Embedded systems found their way into many domestic and industrial applications. This has led to specific challenges concerning after sales services and system upgradeability. Thanks to the presence of broadband…

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Reconfigurable Computing Systems Project

The aim of a reconfigurable computing system is to alter its computing architecture in a dynamical way. By using dynamic reconfiguration, the best performing (sub-)circuit can be activated at run-time.…

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Zaffer

In this project we developed Home Automation and Commercial Building Automation end user products to wirelessly control and monitor window and door shutters. We developed the internal PCB hardware for…

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IDEA

The IDEA project focusses in particular on environmental stressors that have a very local character such as (ultra) fine particulate matter and noise. The spatial extend and temporal detail obtained…

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GUDI

Until recently, machines with a huge computing power were synonymous with expensive supercomputers. In recent years, two new technologies have brought the power of high performance computing to the desktop…

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6LoWPAN

In this project we study the possibilities and limitations of an IP-based protocol for wireless technology 802.15.4, namely 6LowPan. It is a rather new, open standard and low cost protocol…

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Energy Harvesting for Sensor systems

The project described aims to determine the technological limits of autonomous wireless sensor systems that are fed with environmental energy (“energy harvesting”). Where classical sensor systems use a rechargeable or…

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Horizontal-IoT

The use of networked sensors and actuators is increasing at a rapid pace. This increase leads to an increasing amount of data, increasing heterogeneity of devices, data formats and measurement…

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