Faculty


DANIEL LLAMOCCA - Laboratory Director (CV)

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Current Students


Lakshmi Padmaja Angaluru Venkata - M.Sc. Embedded Systems (Resume)

I graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from SV University, Andhra Pradesh, India. I am currently pursuing a Masters in Embedded Systems from Oakland University, MI with a GPA of 3.86. Prior to Oakland University, I worked in multiple corporate companies like DTE, CapGemini and Wipro for around 8 years. I have good knowledge on microprocessor based architectures, parallel computing, embedded product and software development life cycle methods. My research and interests include reconfigurable architectures and computing, compression standards in digital signal and image signal processing, parallel processing techniques including Single Instruction Multiple Data (SIMD), and FPGAs.

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Andres Jacoby Krateil - M.Sc. Embedded Systems (Resume)

I graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Electronic Engineering by Pontifical Catholic University of Peru (PUCP) in 2014. I am currently pursuing a Masters in Embedded Systems at Oakland University and working at OU's Reconfigurable Computing Research Laboratory as a Research Assistant in the project: “Development of a Crank-Angle-Resolved Engine Cylinder Pressure Model for HIL”. I have previously worked in Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) at the Rural Telecommunication Research Group (GTR-PUCP), as well as a teaching ssistant in various digital related courses. I have a extensive knowledge on microprocessor-based embedded systems, hardware-based embedded systems, Dynamic Partial Reconfiguration (DPR), WSN and Linux. My research interests include hardware acceleration, reconfigurable computing, Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL), signal processing, parallel processing, FPGAs and embedded systems applications in the automobile industry.

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Reconfigurable Computing Research Laboratory (RECRLab), Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, Oakland University