Organizer and Chair: Radu Marculescu, University of Texas at Austin
Traditionally, ESWEEK aimed at becoming the premier event in embedded systems design and benefitted a relatively homogeneous community of people interested in various hardware and/or software aspects. In recent years, however, we have witnessed the raise of new applications and systems which brought inevitably a shift in the overall focus towards the Internet of Things (IoT). By creating smart things connected to each other and the internet, we can enable endless applications that improve our lives. To achieve this vision, we must address the resource and communication constraints of many of the devices along the edge and intelligently utilize the compute resources across the IoT hierarchy. Starting from these overarching ideas, in this special session, we bring together several visions from academia and industry to address these problems and provide a holistic view of the path ahead towards designing new "things" at the edge. The audience will be challenged to leave the comfort zone (i.e., traditional embedded system design), travel the path not taken, see the unseen, and immerse into the joy of designing new "things".
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