Embedded systems, reconfigurable hardware, integrated program development and performance environments for parallel and distributed systems, visualization, performance monitoring and evaluation, engineering education
Core Research Areas: Computing and Network Systems; software systems
Strategic Research Area: Cyber infrastructure
Cao, Z., R. Mercado, and D. T. Rover. System-Level Memory Modeling for Bus-Based Memory Architecture Exploration. In Proc. IEEE International Conference on Electro/Information Technology , Windsor, Ontario, Canada, June 7-9, 2009: 239-244.
Rover, D. T., R. Mercado, Z. Zhang, M. Shelley, and D. Helvick. Reflections on Teaching and Learning in an Advanced Undergraduate Course in Embedded Systems. IEEE Trans. Education 51, no. 3, (August 2008): 400-412.
Rover, D. Integrative Learning. Academic Bookshelf, ASEE Journal of Engineering Education 96, no. 3, (July 2007): 275-277.
Santiago, N., D. Rover, and D. Rodriguez. A Statistical Approach for the Analysis of the Relation Between Low-Level Performance Information, the Code, and the Environment. Information 9, no. 3, (May 2006): 503-517.
Mina, M., A. Somani, A. Tyagi, D. Rover, M. Feldmann, and M. Shelley. Learning Streams: A Case Study in Curriculum Integration. In Proc. 35th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference , Indianapolis, IN, October 19-22, 2005.
Simon Laflamme, assistant professor of CCEE, was selected by the National Science Foundation for a grant to research how to repurpose a building’s architectural envelope to one that structurally protects it from natural and man-made hazards.