SSE3052: Embedded Systems Experiment (Fall 2012)
|When:||18:00 - 21:50 (Monday)|
|Where:||Lecture room #400102, Semiconductor Bldg.|
|Instructor:|| Jin-Soo Kim |
Computer Systems Laboratory
| This is a follow-up course to ICE3028 (Embedded Systems Design) and designed to give students in-depth experience with embedded systems. As in the previous course, we will focus on Solid State Drives (SSDs) as a representative example of embedded systems. This course will touch various issues surrounding modern SSDs, such as Flash Translation Layers (FTLs), file systems, I/O schedulers, hybrid storage, index structure, etc.|
This is a project-oriented course; each student is required to propose a research topic related to SSDs and write a term paper at the end of the semester. The proposed scheme should be implemented in a real system, possibly on the Jasmine OpenSSD platform used in the previous course.
Quality research papers will be used as class materials.
|Grading:||Will be based solely on the quality of the term paper.|