Welcome to the Wisconsin Embedded Systems and Computing (WISEST) Lab at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. We are engaged in research on design, architecture, and optimization of hardware and software of embedded computing systems. Our current interests include low-power and power-aware computing, security and reliability of safety-critical systems, and mobile and pervasive computing.

Research Topics [ more ]

Secure and Reliable CPS
Making safety-critical cyber-physical systems more secure and reliable

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Powering the IoT

Design framework for efficient and effective power subsystems of IoT devices

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Lower-Power Embedded Systems

Improving energy efficiency of low-power embedded systems

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Energy Harvesting and Storage

Efficiency-driven energy harvesting and storage design and management

Latest News
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Prof. Kim to serve as a TPC member of DAC 2018 (October 2017)


Kyuin Lee, Yongwoo Lee, and Jingjie Li join the WISEST Lab as PhD students (September 2017)


Prof. Kim to serve as a TPC member of VLSID 2018 (June 2017)


Prof. Kim to serve as a TPC member of ACM/SIGAPP SAC 2018 (June 2017)

Recent Awards and Grants
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Yongwoo won the 2nd Place in Moon-Jung Chung Scholarship at the KOCSEA Technical Symposium (November 2017)


Our design on zero-power wireless communication won the design contest award at IEEE/ACM ISLPED (July 2017)


Our design on zero-power wireless communication selected as a design contest award candidate at IEEE/ACM ISLPED (Jun 2017)


Light-Speed Networking (LSN)
project selected as one of Information-Centric Networking in Wireless Edge Networks (ICN-WEN) projects by NSF and Intel (May 2017)


Prof. Kim giving a talk at the KOCSEA Technical Symposium (September 2017)


Prof. Kim giving a talk at ETRI (Aug 2017)


Prof. Kim giving a plenary talk at HAL International Memorial Conference (Aug 2017)


Our paper on approximate serial bus encoding accepted to IEEE/ACM ISLPED (May 2017)


Setareh‘s work on approximate serial bus encoding accepted to SIGDA University Demo at DAC 2017 (April 2017)