Cong Liu is an Associate Professor in the departments of Computer Science and Computer Engineering. Dr. Liu's expertise is in Real-Time Systems and his research interests include:

  • Real-Time and Embedded Systems,
  • Cyber-Physical Systems,
  • Real-Time Operating Systems,
  • Energy-Efficient Heterogeneous Computing,
  • Cluster and Cloud Computing
  • Physical-World Attacking/Detecting/Mitigating Vulnerabilities in DNN-driven Autonomous Embedded Systems
  • Predictable GPGPU Computing
  • System-level Optimization in DNN-driven Autonomous Driving

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Recent Submissions

  • Extending Battery System Operation via Adaptive Reconfiguration 

    He, Liang; Kong, Linghe; Gu, Yu; Liu, Cong; He, Tian; Shin, Kang G. (Assoc Computing Machinery, 2019-01-16)
    Large-scale battery packs are commonly used in applications such as electric vehicles (EVs) and smart grids. Traditionally, to provide stable voltage to the loads, voltage regulators are used to convert battery packs' ...
  • SoH-Aware Reconfiguration in Battery Packs 

    He, L.; Yang, Z.; Gu, Y.; Liu, Cong; He, T.; Shin, K. G.
    Cell imbalance, a notorious but widely found issue, degrades the performance and reliability of large battery packs, especially for cells connected in series where their overall capacity delivery is dominated by the weakest ...
  • Many Suspensions, Many Problems: A Review of Self-Suspending Tasks in Real-Time Systems 

    Chen, J. -J; Nelissen, G.; Huang, W. -H; Yang, M.; Brandenburg, B.; Bletsas, K.; Liu, Cong; Richard, P.; Ridouard, F.; Audsley, N.; Rajkumar, R.; de Niz, D.; von der Brüggen, G.
    In general computing systems, a job (process/task) may suspend itself whilst it is waiting for some activity to complete, e.g., an accelerator to return data. In real-time systems, such self-suspension can cause substantial ...