The Dutt Research Group (DRG) conducts research in the broad areas of embedded systems, Electronic Design Automation (EDA), computer architecture and compilers, distributed systems, healthcare IoT, and brain-inspired architectures and computing.
Current research themes are focused on computational self-awareness principles for adaptive, resilient system design, smart IoT-enabled healthcare technology, domain-specific programmable architectures for hardware acceleration (post-quantum crypto, neural networks), and simulation platforms and architectures for neuromorphic computing. See the DRG Projects page for more information.
Active funded research projects in DRG:
IPF (NSF): Information Processing Factory for conquering MPSoC Complexity
UNITE (NSF): Smart, Connected, and Coordinated Maternal Care for Underserved Communities
CareDex: Enhance and Transform the Resilience of Older Adults in Our Communities During Disasters
Ongoing and past DRG projects include architectural description languages to facilitate rapid design exploration of programmable embedded systems, and automatic generation of software toolkits supporting embedded systems development (including optimizing compilers, simulators, and verification/validation), cross-layer design and optimization of reliable, distributed embedded systems, and memory architecture exploration for embedded systems.
Some sample past funded research projects in DRG:
SAGE-CPSoC (EU Marie-Curie): Self-Aware CPSoCs with Hierarchical Goal Management
IoCT-CARE (NSF): Internet-of-Cognitive Things for Personalized Healthcare