Welcome to the MESL website
The Microelectronic Embedded Systems Laboratory is part of the
Computer Science and Engineering department at UCSD and is led by
Professor Rajesh Gupta. We are interested in most aspects of
embedded computer systems and sensor networks.
Our recent research
focus has been on energy efficiency at multiple levels and across subsystems
(radios, processors to networking and building-scale systems). The research
projects span formal foundations to real-life system design and implementations.
Prospective students who are interested in joining our lab should check out our About Us
page. We are always looking for good students.
Please contact any of the lab members or Virginia McIlwain (858-534-3047 or vmcilwain at cs.ucsd.edu) about visting us.
Our laboratory is located in the Computer Science and Engineering Building (CSE/EBU3B), room 2150.
Rajesh Gupta's office is located at EBU3B Room 2120.
Our lab phone number is 858-534-9895.
To get to the CSE Building, check out
these directions. After walking in, go up the stairs and
make a right. We are the second door on the left, right after the classroom.
Affiliations and Sponsors
MESL is part of the Embedded
Software and Systems
group at UCSD and is affiliated with the
Cal-(IT)² Scales Lab
Center for Embedded Computer Systems at UCI
In addition, the MESL group has research collaborations with:
Our sponsors include:
04/28/13 - Our paper on Data Center Network has been accepted to IEEE Cloud 2013!
04/24/13 - Our paper on Dynamic Deferral has been accepted to International Green Computing Conference (IGCC) 2013!
03/14/13 - Our paper on variability has been accepted to IEEE Transactions on Computers!
02/23/13 - Our paper on Minerva gets accepted to FCCM 2013!
02/20/13 - Our Aging-Aware Compilation paper in 50th Design Automation Conference (DAC) was nominated by the Technical Program Committee as a DAC Best Paper Candidate! Eight papers were nominated out of 162 accepted papers.
02/04/13 - Paper on variability got accepted to DAC 2013!
10/30/12 - Three papers from our group have been accepted to DATE 2013!
09/17/12 - Paper on variability got accepted to IEEE Transactions!
09/14/12 - Our paper gets accepted to BuildSys 2012!
08/16/12 - Kaisen joins Cisco Systems. Congrats Kaisen!
08/08/12 - Arup will give a XLDB Lightening Talk at the Extremely Large Databases Conference.
08/01/12 - Joel accepts a position at Google. Congrats Joel!
06/06/12 - Congratulations to Dr. Kaisen Lin for successfully defending his thesis!
05/29/12 - Congratulations to Dr. Joel Coburn for successfully defending his thesis!
05/10/12 - Our paper has been accepted to IEEE Design and Test, Special Issue on Green Buildings!
04/30/12 - Our paper has been accepted to CLOUD 2012!
04/20/12 - Congrats to Yuvraj! He has won the faculty 2012 UCSD Sustainability Award!
04/19/12 - Our paper has been accepted to ISLPED 2012!
03/01/12 - Our paper has been accepted to PLDI 2012!
11/14/11 - Our paper has been accepted to ACM/IEEE Design Automation and Test in Europe (DATE), 2012!
11/7/11 - Arup has been selected as a Lawrence Scholar! Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's (LLNL) Lawrence Scholar Program (LSP) is a competitive program that provides graduate students with the opportunity to work closely with LLNL researchers. Congrats Arup!
11/1/11 - Ryo joined Amazon.com as a research scientist. Congrats Ryo!
9/19/11 - Our paper on demand response plug load meters has been accepted at the 2011 BuildSys Conference!
- Our project on "Reducing HVAC Power Consumption using Building Occupancy" is on campus news
3/5/11 - Prospective students who are interested in joining our lab should check out our About Us Page for details on what we do!
1/27/11 - Our paper on "'Duty-Cycling Buildings Aggressively: The Next Frontier in HVAC Control" has been accepted to IPSN/SPOTS 2011.
- SleepServers is featured in a full article
in IEEE Computer magazine.
12/10/10 - We will be sending a paper on smart microgrids to DATE 2011 Conference!
11/22/10 - Our paper on Clock Synchronization has been accepted to the EWSN 2011 Conference!
11/19/10 - Our paper on Localization got accepted to the INFOCOM 2011 Conference!