EWSN 2016

International Conference on Embedded Wireless Systems and Networks

February 15. – 17. 2016, TU Graz, Austria

From 2010 to 2030: The Recent Past and Distant Future of Embedded Systems


This talk will traverse the evolution from yesterday's motes to "next" and "next-next" generation motes. Along the way we'll face a few harsh realities that will limit and shape future evolution (a trillion devices cannot demand replacing a trillion batteries), uncover recent results already pushing boundaries (including highlights from the design and implementation of the world's smallest computer), and explore some of the possibilities that emerge when we rethink designs from the ground up (can we build useful motes that don't include CPUs?). The talk is based on recent achievements and visions of the Embedded Systems Research Lab at University of Michigan.


The keynote talk will be given by Pat Pannuto who is working with Professors Prabal Dutta and David Blaauw at University of Michigan. Pat is the Principal Systems Architect of the Michigan Micro Mote project and most recently designed MBus, a new chip-to-chip interconnect for millimeter-scale systems.

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