Welcome to the webpage of ESARP lab research group at the University of Memphis.
Embedded systems are information processing systems embedded into enclosing products [P. Marwedel]. In the last decade, embedded systems infiltrated in our daily lives – from smart phones to cars and cameras – that we can not live without. Our research focus on developing, integrating, and improving such systems for the next-generation cyber-physical systems (CPS), which tightly integrates the computation domains with the real-time physical processes. As reflected in a recent report of the National Research Council in the United States, “Information technology is on the verge of another revolution … embedded computers … have the potential to change radically the way people interact with their environment …”, we strive to be a part of this revolution.
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ESARP Lab News Bulletin:
Dec. 2012: The center entitled “Smart Multiple Stimuli – Responsive Biomaterials For Local Drug Delivery” has been funded by FedEx Institute of Technology (FIT) at the University of Memphis. The center director is Dr. Warren Haggard, BME, U of Memphis. Dr. Bashir Morshed is one of the co-PIs.
Apr. 2012: The proposal entitled “To improve teaching strategies for children with development delays utilizing wireless EEG” has been funded for pilot study through 2012 Capacity Building Grant by Strengthening Communities Initiative (SCI) at the University of Memphis. The project PI is Dr. Bashir Morshed and the collaborator is Julie Grower, Executive Director, Special Kids & Families (SKF).
Dec. 2011: ESARP lab is seeking outstanding research students to join the research group. An immediate opening for a doctoral position is available.
Sept. 2011: ESARP lab is formed by Dr. Morshed at the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, The University of Memphis.