Computer Architecture Laboratory

The UCF Computer Architecture Laboratory is a research facility within the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Central Florida. Its mission is to design, fabricate, and evaluate future high performance, resilient, and trustworthy computing systems.

Faculty Members and Research Areas

Prof. DeMara

Ronald F. DeMara 
Professor
Director of Computer Architecture Laboratory

Ph.D., University of Southern California, 1992


Research focus:
Adaptive Computer Architectures
Resilient and Energy-aware Logic Design
Evolvable Hardware and FPGAs
Autonomous, Reconfigurable, and Self-aware Systems

Prof. Wang

Jun Wang
Associate Professor
Director of Computer Systems and Storage System Laboratory
Ph.D., University of Cincinnati, 2002


Research focus:
Data-intensive High Performance Computing
Massive Storage and File System
I/O Architecture
Peer-to-Peer System
Low-power Computing

Prof. Lin

Mingjie Lin
Assistant Professor
Director of Minimun-Energy Computing Laboratory

Ph.D., Stanford University, 2008


Research focus:
Computer Architecture/Compiler
Reconfigurable Computing
Integrated Circuit and System Design
Low-power Computing

Prof. Jin

Yier Jin
Assistant Professor
Director of Trusted Hardware Laboratory

Ph.D., Yale University, 2012


Research focus:
Hardware Security
Counterfeit Chip Detection and Prevention
Trusted IC Design
Microprocessor architecture with high security and reliability

Where to find us:

Map University of Central Florida
Harris Engineering Center (HEC) - Room 242     map   photo
4328 Scorpius Street  
Orlando, FL 32816-2362
United States