Jorg Henkel focuses on Embedded system, System on a chip, Software, Electronic engineering and Dark silicon. Jorg Henkel combines subjects such as Reliability, Cache, Instruction set, Benchmark and Efficient energy use with his study of Embedded system. His System on a chip study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Fault tolerance, Distributed computing, Energy consumption, Bandwidth and Network on a chip.
His Software research incorporates elements of Reliability engineering, Dependability, Propagation of uncertainty and Parallel computing. His Electronic engineering research includes themes of Configuration space, Process, Parameterized complexity and Reliability. His study in Dark silicon is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Soft error, Automotive engineering, Power budget and Thermal design power.
Jorg Henkel spends much of his time researching Embedded system, Distributed computing, Parallel computing, Software and Multi-core processor. His research integrates issues of Energy consumption, Instruction set and Reliability in his study of Embedded system. His Energy consumption study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Efficient energy use and Computer engineering.
His research on Instruction set frequently links to adjacent areas such as Computer architecture. He interconnects Scheme and Scalability in the investigation of issues within Distributed computing. Jorg Henkel works on Parallel computing which deals in particular with Cache.
His primary areas of study are Transistor, Electronic circuit, Voltage, Distributed computing and Negative impedance converter. His work carried out in the field of Transistor brings together such families of science as Electronic engineering, CMOS, Static random-access memory and Reliability. The Voltage study combines topics in areas such as Multi-core processor and Control theory.
His research investigates the connection with Multi-core processor and areas like Frequency scaling which intersect with concerns in Efficient energy use. His Distributed computing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Overhead, Edge computing, Task analysis and Power budget. Jorg Henkel focuses mostly in the field of Power budget, narrowing it down to matters related to Cache and, in some cases, Latency and Instruction set.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Transistor, Electronic circuit, Voltage, Reliability and Computer engineering. Upper and lower bounds is closely connected to Electronic engineering in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Transistor. Jorg Henkel has researched Electronic circuit in several fields, including Dynamic demand, Electronic design automation, Standard cell and Degradation.
His work carried out in the field of Reliability brings together such families of science as Threshold voltage, Noise, Reliability engineering and Reduction. His research in Computer engineering intersects with topics in Energy consumption, Key and Feature. He usually deals with Overhead and limits it to topics linked to Priority inversion and Embedded system.
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Hardware-software cosynthesis for microcontrollers
R. Ernst;J. Henkel;T. Benner.
IEEE Design & Test of Computers (1993)
Mapping on multi/many-core systems: survey of current and emerging trends
Amit Kumar Singh;Muhammad Shafique;Akash Kumar;Jorg Henkel.
design automation conference (2013)
A low latency generic accuracy configurable adder
Muhammad Shafique;Waqas Ahmad;Rehan Hafiz;Jorg Henkel.
design automation conference (2015)
A framework for estimating and minimizing energy dissipation of embedded HW/SW systems
Yanbing Li;Jörg Henkel.
design automation conference (1998)
On-chip networks: a scalable, communication-centric embedded system design paradigm
J. Henkel;W. Wolf;S. Chakradhar.
international conference on vlsi design (2004)
System-level exploration for pareto-optimal configurations in parameterized systems-on-a-chip
Tony Givargis;Frank Vahid;Jörg Henkel.
international conference on computer aided design (2001)
ADAM: run-time agent-based distributed application mapping for on-chip communication
M.A. Al Faruque;R. Krist;J. Henkel.
design automation conference (2008)
Reliable on-chip systems in the nano-era: lessons learnt and future trends
Jorg Henkel;Lars Bauer;Nikil Dutt;Puneet Gupta.
design automation conference (2013)
Code compression for low power embedded system design
Haris Lekatsas;Jörg Henkel;Wayne Wolf.
design automation conference (2000)
The EDA Challenges in the Dark Silicon Era: Temperature, Reliability, and Variability Perspectives
Muhammad Shafique;Siddharth Garg;Jörg Henkel;Diana Marculescu.
design automation conference (2014)
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