CAMEL: Computer Architecture and Microprocessor Engineering Lab

A Look Inside Clarkson University's Microprocessor Lab

Researching Malware at Clarkson University

Introduction

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.

Hiring Master Student Pursuing Heterogeneous Computing

The Computer Architecture and Microprocessor Engineering Lab, in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Clarkson, under the direction of Dr. Chen Liu, is currently looking for a student who wants to pursue a Master of Science or Master of Engineering degree starting Spring 2019 semester, with a research focus in heterogeneous computing. The student will be supported with tuition coverage as well as graduate stipend. Please note, due to the nature of this project, citizenship or permanent residency is required. If you are a graduating senior with a degree in computer engineering, software engineering, electrical engineering or computer science, please email Dr. Chen Liu at cliu@clarkson.edu with your CV and schedule an appointment.

Hiring PHD Student Pursuing Cybersecurity

The Computer Architecture and Microprocessor Engineering Lab,in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Clarkson, under the direction of Dr. Chen Liu, is currently looking for a student who wants to pursue a PhD degree starting Spring 2019 semester, with a research focus in cybersecurity, especially malware detection. The student will be supported under the prestigious Clarkson Ignite Fellowship, with full tuition coverage as well as competitive graduate stipend. This position is open to both international student as well as domestic student. If you are interested, please email Dr. Chen Liu at cliu@clarkson.edu with your CV and schedule an appointment.