Marculescu Named IEEE CAS Distinguished Lecturer


May 7, 2004

Assistant Professor of ECE Diana Marculescu is a newly appointed Distinguished Lecturer for the IEEE's Circuits and Systems (CAS) Society for 2004-2005. Her lectures are titled "Dynamic Power and Fault-Tolerance Management for Ambient Intelligent Systems "and "Energy Aware Computing: Synchronous vs. Partially Asynchronous Processors."

According to Marculescu, the first presentation introduces the concept of adaptive fault-tolerance management for failure-prone, energy-limited, ambient intelligent systems and describes approaches for prolonging application lifetime under stringent energy constraints. The second address centers on themes in energy aware computing, ranging from fine-grain resource scaling to partially asynchronous processors with full local speed and voltage control.

IEEE's website reports that the CAS Distinguished Lecturer Program aims to enhance the professional vitality of the society's engineers—particularly those in industry and government—by keeping them informed of the latest research advances and their practical applications.

Diana Marculescu has been appointed a Distinguished Lecturer for the IEEE.

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