Special Interest Group on Embedded Systems
The emerging dependence of critical national infrastructure, such as finance, energy distribution, telecoommunication, and transportation on information technologies, and consequently increased vulnerability, have made the issues of computer security and trustworthiness as one of the prominent research topics in computer science. The rapid proliferation of embedded systems, and their increased interaction with business and IT systems, render them equally vulnerable to computer security and trustworthiness issues.
This special issue of SIGBED Review, therefore, represents TRUST: Team for Research in Ubiquitous Secure Technology (TRUST), an NSF Science and Technology Center devoted to the development of a new science and technology for designing, building, and operating trustworthy information and embedded systems. The TRUST Center has been running several concurrent collaboration projects across TRUST Member organizations, and Industry. We invited TRUST members to submit reports on their projects for inclusion in this special issue.
Special Issue Editors:
IEEE Computer Architecture
Letters seeks submissions from the SIGBED community.
IEEE CAL is a forum for fast publication of new, high-quality ideas in the form of short (4-page),
critically refereed, technical papers. Decisions are returned within one month of submission.
Submissions on any aspect of computer architecture are accepted on a continuing basis, and accepted
letters will be published immediately in IEEE Xplore and the IEEE Computer Society Digital Library,
and in the next available print issue. Current acceptance rate is about 25%. For more details,
For questions, feel free to contact Kevin Skadron (skadron (at) cs .virginia .edu) or
Jean-Luc Gaudiot (gaudiot (at) uci .edu).
Kevin Skadron (email@example.com) or
Welcome to the SIGBED Review. The peer-reviewed quarterly publication provides a dissemination forum for research on embedded computing. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, embedded software, embedded system architecture, model-based design, distributed real-time middleware, real-time architectures, feedback control, low-power computing, sensor networks, security, and embedded applications. Submissions on these and other topics should be sent by e-mail to Tarek Abdelzaher,
Last update: 04-30-2007
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