Driver and receiver circuits for Optical Fuzing and Scene Generation
- Custom instrumentation and power conversion circuits for extremely efficient solar energy conversion
- Design of 2D Read-out Integrated Circuit for 3-D Laser-radar Imaging Systems
- Driver and receiver circuits for extremely low-power and low electromagnetic interference (EMI) multi-gigabit electrical signaling for small portable and mobile equipment
- Driver and receiver circuits for Optical Fuzing and Scene Generation
- Context-Aware and Context-Adaptive Code Optimization for New General High-performance Computers
- Intelligent Proﬁling and Code Generation Techniques for Multi-core Processors
- Machine Learning Based Library Generation Techniques for Multi-core Processors and GPUs
- Propagation and Mobility Modeling for Urban Mesh Networks
- Modeling and simulation of urban mesh networks
- Mobility management for large-scale urban mesh networks
William Chang (Army Res. Lab.)
Department of Defense has a large number of advanced development programs and we actively participate in two such programs – optical fuzing for smart munitions and scene generation for hardware-in-the-loop simulator systems. Our research group is working with U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Centers (ARDEC) and with Army Research Laboratories on these projects. Our role in these projects has been to design custom integrated circuits and supporting electronics that perform specific functions required by these U.S. Army systems. Due to ARDEC/ARL information distribution restrictions, this is all the detail we can publicly disclose about this work.
J. Kramer and F. Kiamilev, "University of Delaware Trusted Foundry ASICs," presented at the DARPA Foundry Circuit Designers Meeting, August 2-3, 2006 in Burlington, VT.
J. Kramer and F. Kiamilev, "C2OI Update," presented at the DARPA C2OI PI Meeting, August 1, 2006 in Arlington, VA.