【先进制造前沿讲座第9期】【机电学院博导论坛】Zebo Peng：Temperature-Aware Design of Cyber-Physical Systems
讲座主题：Temperature-Aware Design of Cyber-Physical Systems
Cyber-physical systems (CPS) are now widely used for safety-critical applications, including automotive electronics and medical equipment, where reliability and performance are paramount. However, as the feature sizes of VLSI circuits used in CPS continue to shrink, the power density has increased rapidly, causing a significant rise in chip temperatures. These elevated temperatures have a negative impact on a system's reliability, performance, and power efficiency, making it essential to consider thermal effects during the design process. This talk will address the challenges of designing a CPS, with a focus on the interplay between thermal issues and the stringent reliability and real-time requirements demanded by safety-critical applications. Through this discussion, we will explore the various issues related to CPS design and optimization, particularly in the context of thermal problems. By carefully analyzing and considering thermal impacts during the design process, we can ensure that a CPS will meet the high standards required for safety-critical applications.
主讲人简介：Zebo Peng received his BSc degree in Computer Engineering from South China University of Technology in 1983, and his PhD in Computer Science from Linköping University in 1987. He has been Professor and Director of the Embedded Systems Laboratory at Linköping University since 1996. He is currently also the Vice-Chairman of the Department of Computer Science at Linköping University. His research interests include design and test of embedded systems, electronic design automation, and real-time systems. He has published over 400 technical papers and five books in these areas. He has received four best paper awards and one best presentation award at major international conferences. He has served on the program committee of a dozen international conferences and was Program Chair for DATE 2008 and General Co-Chair for ITC-Asia 2021. He is a recipient of the IEEE Computer Society Distinguished Contributor Award (2022), Outstanding Contribution Award (2010), and Meritorious Service Award (2005).