Rahul Mangharam

Assistant Professor
Electrical and Systems Engineering (ESE)
Computer and Information Science (CIS)

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Honors and Awards:  NSF CAREER Award - 2013, Intel Early Faculty Career Award - 2012, National Academy of Engineers - US Frontiers of Engineering - 2012, Best Student Paper Award, IEEE RTAS - 2012, Honeywell Industrial Wireless Award - 2011, Provost's Distinguished International Research Award - 2010, Wharton Interactive Media Initiative Award - 2009, University Research Foundation Award - 2009, IEEE Best Paper Award - 2006, Sixth Annual Lockheed Martin ECE Project Award - 2006

Research Expertise: Real-Time and Embedded Systems | Cyber-Physical Systems | Medical Devices | Energy-Efficeint Building Automation | Wireless Control Networks | Automotive Systems

Rahul's mission is to merge computing, communications, and the physical world into integrated cyber-physical systems, enabling seamless communication with and control of objects such as smart buildings, the human body, and automobiles in the physical world. His interests are in real-time embedded systems with applications in (a) networked automotive systems, (b) modeling, testing and verification of medical device software and systems, (c) control and scheduling for energy-efficient building automation and (d) wireless control/actuator networks for industrial plants. He is also exploring real-time parallel computation with anytime algorithms on GPUs.

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Affiliations:  mLAB: Real-Time and Embedded Systems Laboratory: http://mlab.seas.upenn.edu/

Education:
PhD Electrical & Computer Engineering 2008 - Carnegie Mellon University
MS Electrical & Computer Engineering 2002 - Carnegie Mellon University
BS Electrical & Computer Engineering 2000 - Carnegie Mellon University


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