Welcome to the Scalable Energy-efficient Architecture Lab
The Scalable Energy-efficient Architecture Lab (SEAL) is a research group at The University of California, Santa Barbara. SEAL research focuses on, but not limited to, VLSI design, electronic design automation, computer architecture, compiler, programming langauage, and systems design. Current research projects include domain specific accelerator, novel memory architecture, interconnect architecture, and heterogeneous system architecture. Specifically, recent research projects focus on technology-driven and application-driven design/architecture innovations. The technology-driven research projects include EDA/architecture for emerging memory technologies and 3D integrated circuits, and heterogeneous computing with CPU/GPU/FPGA. The application-driven research projects include novel architectures for artificial intelligence (AI), such as computer architecture for deep learning neural network, and bio-inspired computing, hardware acceleration for emerging applications such as bio-informatics applications, graphics analytics, and VR/AR applications.