CEAS Professors Salman and Stanacevic Receive Three-Year NSF award
|Emra Salman (PI)|
CEAS Associate Professors Emre Salman (PI) and Milutin Stanacevic (co-PI) in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Stony BrookUniversity received a prestigious three-year award from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for their research, “CPS: Breakthrough: Charge-Recycling based Computing Paradigm for Wirelessly Powered Internet of Things.”
The goal of this research is to develop a novel computing paradigm for wirelessly powered Internet-of-Things (IoT) based devices and to enhance the computational capability by more than an order of magnitude. It’s a significant improvement, considering energy cost is often a barrier that slows down the global scalability of IoT devices. The proposed approach will enable powerful on-site processing capability for wirelessly powered IoT devices, allowing for local decision making mechanisms.
|Milutin Stanacevic (co-PI)|
This work will also provide new opportunities in utilizing ambient wireless energy for meaningful applications. The results will help develop smarter IoT devices with applications for healthcare, energy, structural and environmental monitoring with substantial benefits to science, industry, and society at large.
Prof. Salman is the director of the Nanoscale Circuits and Systems (NanoCAS) Lab at Stony Brook and Prof. Stanacevic directs the Integrated Microsystems Lab.