CAMEL: Computer Architecture and Microprocessor Engineering Lab


The Computer Architecture and Microprocessor Engineering Lab (CAMEL), in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, under the Wallace H. Coulter School of Engineering of the Clarkson University, in the direction of Dr. Chen Liu, undertakes experimental research in areas such as multi-core multithreading micro-architectures, the interaction between operating systems and hardware architectures, power-aware computing, hardware acceleration techniques and virtual machine management. Our recent focus is on hardware/software integrated approach to model the runtime behavior of applications to improve the overall system resource utilization or increase the overall system security level.

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