Welcome to the Gigascale Reliable Energy Efficient Nanosystem or GREEN Lab at Georgia Tech. We are located at Klaus Advanced Computing Building at School of ECE, Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA. The group is led by Prof. Saibal Mukhopadhyay.
The focus of the GREEN lab is to create scientific understanding and engineering techniques to design future generation computers. The computing industry is passing through an exciting period. The growth of computing is being defined by large number of small, ubiquitous, and connected devices directly interacting with the physical world. The need for computing anytime and anywhere using “tiny” machines creating a set of unique challenges, that can only be addressed by breaking the traditional boundaries of design abstractions and creating a holistic understanding and methodology for integrated system design.
The current research at GREEN Lab focusses on developing the smart machines that are intelligent to generate usable information from data, secure to ensure privacy and prevent malicious attacks, and finally, energy-effiienct to operate under tight resource, including energy, constraints. We pursue innovations in algorithm, architecture, and mixed-signal circuits to understand and optimize the design space outlines by energy, security, and intelligence.