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
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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.
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Ludovico Cademartiri and Kara Lind are building controlled environments with transparent LEGO bricks to study how variations in climate and soil affect plant growth. LEGO bricks "are highly convenient and versatile building blocks" for the studies, the materials science and engineering researchers report in a paper just published in the peer-reviewed, online journal PLOS ONE.