Selected Publications

Mixed-criticality systems are introduced due to industrial interest to integrate different types of functionalities with varying importance into a common and shared computing platform. Low-energy consumption is vital in mixed-criticality systems due to their ever-increasing computation requirements and the fact that they are mostly supplied with batteries. In case when high-criticality tasks overrun in such systems, low-criticality tasks can be whether ignored or degraded to assure high-criticality tasks timeliness. We propose a novel energy management method (called Stretch), which lowers the energy consumption of mixed-criticality systems with the cost of degrading service level of low-criticality tasks.
In RTEST 2015

Recent Publications

  • Stretch: Exploiting Service Level Degradation for Energy Management in Mixed-Criticality Systems

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Projects

Teaching

Teaching Experiences:

  • Spring 2016: Embedded Systems Design, Teacher Assistant, Department of Computer Engineering, Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran. Under supervision of Dr. Alireza Ejlali.
  • Spring 2016: Logic Design, Teacher Assistant, Department of Computer Engineering, Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran. Under supervision of Dr. Shaahin Hessabi.
  • Spring 2015: Advanced Logic Design, Teacher Assistant, Department of Computer Engineering, Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran. Under supervision of Dr. Alireza Ejlali.

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