The HARP research group uses heterogeneous architectures such as soft processors and digital signal processing (DSP) cores on Field-Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) to investigate problems primarily in nonlinear dynamics. We also investigate various programming paradigms for embedded architectures.
The group was started by Dr. Muthuswamy (with an idea floated by Dr. Mossbrucker) in the Fall 2011 quarter at the Milwaukee School of Engineering with the intention of involving undergraduates in research topics.
Since June 1st 2015, Dr. Muthuswamy continues to work with HARP group projects under the umbrealla of his current employer, Tarana Wireless.
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- Dr. Muthuswamy has published the first volume (companion website) in a two-volume series from Springer that details the use of FPGAs for investigating nonlinear dynamical systems. Dr. Muthuswamy's primary task over the 2016-2017 academic year as part of HARP would be to publish the 2nd volume and complete online support material for both volumes.
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