Funding

Current funding


Wrocławskie Centrum Akademickie

Wroclaw Academic Hub


Past funding


Narodowe Centrum Nauki

National Science Centre

  1. Long time operating and robust wireless sensor networks with application to environment monitoring and threat alarming

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    Current research is exploring methods and algorithms of network organisation and management to ensure sustainability, robustness and extended lifetime of the WSN. This is of particular importance when WSNs are used to monitor environment and alert hazardous situations that may also destroy some nodes. The goal is to propose efficient algorithms for network organisation, management and data communication that will simultaniously reduce power consumed, ensure dependability and allow to alert threats to the base station.

     

    Primary investigator: Tomasz Surmacz

  2. Automatic synthesis of high-performance constant-coefficient FIR filters based on residue number system arithmetic

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    The objective of this project is to develop design methods, architectures, and design automation methods of constant coefficients FIR filters, which - owing to the application of the residue number system (RNS) arithmetic - will deliver simultaneously higher performance and higher energy efficiency as compared to the classic two’s complement system (or related positional systems) implementations.

    Primary investigator: Janusz Biernat

  3. Modeling and simulation of thermal behaviour of many-core processors using FPGA

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    The aim of the research project is to develop models and procedures for simulation of thermal behavior of multi-core processors, using hardware emulators. Existing simulators of thermal behavior (e.g. HotSpot) model heat dissipation by solving the state equation and evaluating temperature and power for individual ....

    Primary investigator: Bartosz Wojciechowski

  4. Dynamic Thermal Management in Multi-Core Microprocessors

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    The focus of the project is on providing high-level models of thermal behavior of many-core processors and to explore and propose architectural aids and techniques to improve different aspects of performance of many-cores. The aim is to improve the speed of simulation, ultimately to the level when thermal behavior can be simulated online, and the simulator can be used as a predictor for performance management.

    Primary investigator: Janusz Biernat

  5. Negative differential resistance devices and synthesis of logic gates and circuits

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    The project is funded with a 154 000 PLN (~40 000 EUR) research grant and timeline of the project spans from 05/2010 to 02/2012. 

    Primary investigator: Maciej Nikodem

  6. Negative differential resistance devices and synthesis of logic gates

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    The project was funded with a 33 000 PLN (~8 000 EUR) research grant and timeline of the project spanned from 2008 to 2010.

    Primary investigator: Janusz Biernat

  7. Countermeasures to fault analysis for cryptographic hardware

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    The project was funded with a 32 000 PLN (~8 000 EUR) research grant and timeline of the project spanned from 2006 to 2008.

    Primary investigator: Janusz Biernat

Fundusze Unijne

European funds

  1. Detectors and sensors for measuring factors hazardous to environment

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    The general objective of the project is to increase the role of science in general economy, through research and development activities in priority areas for social and economical development of Poland.  The project is carried out by a multidisciplinary scientific research teams and allows for improved application of modern solutions for a balanced development of knowledge-based economy.

  2. Zielony transfer (in polish)

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    Information and Communication Technology in Greenhouse Gases Emission Reduction. A transfer of knowledge type of project funded from the European Commission's Human Capital Programme and coordinated by the Municipality of Wrocław through Wroclaw Academic Hub supporting collaboration between researchers and local industry. There were four awardees (Krzysztof Berezowski, Maciej Nikodem Tomasz Surmacz, and Tadeusz Tomczak) of the project in the group collaborating with four different local companies. The timeline of the project varies from 12 up to 18 months with an overall funding of over 340 000 PLN (~ 85 000 EUR).

    Primary investigator: Maciej Nikodem

  3. Marie Curie Actions - Outgoing International Fellowship

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    6th Framework Programme Marie Curie Actions - Outgoing International Fellowship, MOIF-CT-2006-040672 “RESPONS” Fellowship founded with 330 000 EUR grant, timeline: 09/2007-08/2008. 

    Primary investigator: Krzysztof Berezowski