Event Title

Developing Infrastructure for Undergraduate Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering

Presentation Type

Interactive Presentation

Location

Student Union, Key West 218 C

Start Date

25-9-2009 3:45 PM

End Date

25-9-2009 4:05 PM

Description/Abstract

This presentation discusses an approach to the design and implementation of a lab to provide a diverse computing platform to enable undergraduate research in computer science and software engineering focused on real-time embedded computing. Multiple lab stations have been created for this purpose, based on: microcontrollers, FPGA boards, multicore processors, computer game devices, specialized single-board computers, and wireless networks. The research projects in the lab focus on remote access to data acquisition and control, with a capability of remote software development. First experiences are very positive and plans are being made for a significant expansion. This development is a part of an NSF funded project on “Web- based Real-Time Software Engineering Lab.”

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Developing Infrastructure for Undergraduate Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering

Student Union, Key West 218 C

This presentation discusses an approach to the design and implementation of a lab to provide a diverse computing platform to enable undergraduate research in computer science and software engineering focused on real-time embedded computing. Multiple lab stations have been created for this purpose, based on: microcontrollers, FPGA boards, multicore processors, computer game devices, specialized single-board computers, and wireless networks. The research projects in the lab focus on remote access to data acquisition and control, with a capability of remote software development. First experiences are very positive and plans are being made for a significant expansion. This development is a part of an NSF funded project on “Web- based Real-Time Software Engineering Lab.”