Embedded Systems Research Group (ESRG)

Almost all electronic devices manufactured today are embedded systems, and everyone is surrounded by this technology as personal communication/entertainment devices, in their homes as household appliances and comfort and security systems, in their cars, in transportation systems, telecommunications, etc.

The Embedded Systems Research Group is active in research and development. In terms of research, it study methodologies and tools to support the creation of embedded systems, in particular. languages and specification tools, real-time operating systems, simulation techniques and support for fault-tolerance. The Group also develops prototypes for commercial and industrial application.

Research Group Embedded Systems consists of researchers from Department of Industrial Electronics of University of Minho , and is integrated in Algoritmi Center. The team also includes students and doctoral level.

ESRG leader: Pedro José de Melo Teixeira Pinto

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Recent ESRG Publications:

Demystifying Arm TrustZone: A Comprehensive Survey

ACM Computing Surveys

2019 | journal-article

DIOR: A Hardware-assisted Weather Denoising Solution for LiDAR Point Clouds

IEEE Sensors Journal

2021 | journal-article

Shifting capsule networks from the cloud to the deep edge

arXiv

2021 | other

DIOR: A Hardware-assisted Weather Denoising Solution for LiDAR Point Clouds

IEEE Sensors Journal

2021 | journal-article

Real-Time 3D Object Detection and SLAM Fusion in a Low-Cost LiDAR Test Vehicle Setup

Sensors

2021 | journal-article

Real-Time 3D Object Detection and SLAM Fusion in a Low-Cost LiDAR Test Vehicle Setup

Sensors

2021 | journal-article

Real-Time 3D Object Detection and SLAM Fusion in a Low-Cost LiDAR Test Vehicle Setup

Sensors

2021 | journal-article

Deploying a Real-Time Operating System on a Reconfigurable Internet of Things End-device

IECON Proceedings (Industrial Electronics Conference)

2019 | conference-paper

Towards a Heterogeneous Fault-Tolerance Architecture based on Arm and RISC-V Processors

IECON Proceedings (Industrial Electronics Conference)

2019 | conference-paper

Self-secured devices: High performance and secure I/O access in TrustZone-based systems

Journal of Systems Architecture

2021 | journal-article