The STAM Center and School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence host ESWEEK event
During Embedded Systems Week, also called ESWEEK, the Secure, Trusted and Assured Microelectronics, or STAM, Center and School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence coordinated a full-day event on “Secure and Trusted Microelectronics for High-assurance Embedded Systems” that brought researchers from around the world to Phoenix. ESWEEK, which ran October 7–14, 2022, is the premier technical event covering all aspects of hardware and software design for intelligent and connected computing systems.
The event was organized by Michel Kinsy, an associate professor in the School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence and director of the STAM Center; Wendy Johnson, program manager for the STAM Center; and Aviral Shrivastava, a professor with joint appointments in the School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence and Biodesign Center for Fundamental and Applied Microbiomics.
The day brought the computing research community together around the microelectronics-centric challenges facing embedded systems, with the event anchored around the main workshop titled “Secure RISC-V (SECRISC-V) Architecture Design Exploration.” In addition to Kinsy, School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence doctoral students Alan Ehret and Mihailo Isakov assisted on the program committee.
In addition to keynote speakers and workshops, participants were treated to a true Arizona experience with a hike on Camelback Mountain, a visit to the Desert Botanical Garden and a self-guided tour at Western Spirit: Scottsdale’s Museum of the West.