Journal Information
Microprocessors and Microsystems: Embedded Hardware Design (MICPRO)
https://www.journals.elsevier.com/microprocessors-and-microsystems
Impact Factor:
1.161
Publisher:
ELSEVIER
ISSN:
0141-9331
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Call For Papers
Microprocessors and Microsystems: Embedded Hardware Design (MICPRO) is a journal covering all design and architectural aspects related to embedded systems hardware. This includes different embedded system hardware platforms ranging from custom hardware via reconfigurable systems and application specific processors to general purpose embedded processors. Special emphasis is put on novel complex embedded architectures, such as systems on chip (SoC), systems on a programmable/reconfigurable chip (SoPC) and multi-processor systems on a chip (MPSoC), as well as, their memory and communication methods and structures, such as network-on-chip (NoC).

Design automation of such systems including methodologies, techniques, flows and tools for their design, as well as, novel designs of hardware components fall within the scope of this journal. Novel cyber-physical applications that use embedded systems are also central in this journal. While software is not in the main focus of this journal, methods of hardware/software co-design, as well as, application restructuring and mapping to embedded hardware platforms, that consider interplay between software and hardware components with emphasis on hardware, are also in the journal scope.
Last updated by Dou Sun in 2021-02-02
Special Issues
Special Issue on Intelligent Sensors and Microsystems for Smart Cities
Submission Date: 2021-10-20

With the rise of new tendencies and technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Big Data, Internet of Things (IoT), and next generation mobile communications, the development of ICT solutions will continue its trend of miniaturization, integration, and intelligence. Sensors and microsystems are an organic combination of microelectronics, Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS), optoelectronics and other technologies, characterized by miniaturization and systematization. Sensors and microsystems are miniaturized by advanced integration methods, which produce new functions at the system level and greatly increase function density. In intelligent sensors and microsystems, the sensor module is used to acquire and collect data; the processing module is used for information conversion, calculation, storage, and system control; the communication module is used for information exchange and transmission; the execution module is used for the implementation of instructions and system actions; and the energy supply module is used for energy supply and optimized management. Compared with traditional SoC chips, MEMS components, optoelectronic modules, or integrated microsystems, intelligent sensors and microsystems constitute a qualitative leap in connotation and extension, that is not limited to the characteristics of high performance, ultra-precision, and dexterity. Smart cities use various information technologies or innovative ideas to integrate the systems and services of the city. Intelligent sensors and microsystems are a dynamic, open, developing, and evolving concept. Advanced scientific and technological innovations such as AI, new generation communication, and quantum information are advancing by leaps and bounds. Breakthroughs in various new materials, structures, devices, and processes are also emerging. These cutting-edge technologies will continue to inject vitality into the technological innovation of intelligent microsystems. The application demand brought by social and economic development will drive the continuous breakthrough of intelligent sensors and microsystems technologies. Smart city support and applications also relate to the planning, management, operation, and long-term development of the city. The development of the modern city is digital-driven. In the process of urban planning, the application of leading digital technology and intelligent technology must be considered. Thus, this special issue aims to provide a relevant opportunity for scholars in related fields to communicate and share applications and achievements of intelligent sensors and microsystem technology in the field of smart city development, and disseminate the latest research information and progress among the public. The research topics of interest for this special issue include but are not limited to: Intelligent Sensors and Microsystems in Smart City Operation and Construction Intelligent Sensors and Microsystems for Visualization of Urban Spaces Intelligent Sensors for the Urban Internet of Things Wireless Intelligent Sensors for Intelligent Transportation Systems Innovative Intelligent Sensors and Microsystems for Smart Homes Intelligent Sensors for the Urban Thermal Pipeline Waste Detection Filling Sensors for Smart Cities Intelligent Sensors and Microsystems for the Smart Grid MEMS Microsystems for Smart Cities Automotive Sensors and Microsystems Public Safety Sensors and Microsystems Middleware for Intelligent Sensors and Microsystems Cloud and Edge Cloud Architectures to Integrate Intelligent Sensors in Smart Cities Security and Privacy Issues for Intelligent Sensors in Smart Cities Interoperability Issues for Intelligent Sensors in Smart Cities Scalability Issues for Intelligent Sensors in Smart Cities Large-scale Deployment Experiences of Intelligent Sensors and Microsystems Environments
Last updated by Dou Sun in 2021-02-02
Special Issue on Intelligent Sensors and Microsystems for Smart Cities
Submission Date: 2021-10-20

With the rise of new tendencies and technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Big Data, Internet of Things (IoT), and next generation mobile communications, the development of ICT solutions will continue its trend of miniaturization, integration, and intelligence. Sensors and microsystems are an organic combination of microelectronics, Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS), optoelectronics and other technologies, characterized by miniaturization and systematization. Sensors and microsystems are miniaturized by advanced integration methods, which produce new functions at the system level and greatly increase function density. In intelligent sensors and microsystems, the sensor module is used to acquire and collect data; the processing module is used for information conversion, calculation, storage, and system control; the communication module is used for information exchange and transmission; the execution module is used for the implementation of instructions and system actions; and the energy supply module is used for energy supply and optimized management. Compared with traditional SoC chips, MEMS components, optoelectronic modules, or integrated microsystems, intelligent sensors and microsystems constitute a qualitative leap in connotation and extension, that is not limited to the characteristics of high performance, ultra-precision, and dexterity. Smart cities use various information technologies or innovative ideas to integrate the systems and services of the city. Intelligent sensors and microsystems are a dynamic, open, developing, and evolving concept. Advanced scientific and technological innovations such as AI, new generation communication, and quantum information are advancing by leaps and bounds. Breakthroughs in various new materials, structures, devices, and processes are also emerging. These cutting-edge technologies will continue to inject vitality into the technological innovation of intelligent microsystems. The application demand brought by social and economic development will drive the continuous breakthrough of intelligent sensors and microsystems technologies. Smart city support and applications also relate to the planning, management, operation, and long-term development of the city. The development of the modern city is digital-driven. In the process of urban planning, the application of leading digital technology and intelligent technology must be considered. Thus, this special issue aims to provide a relevant opportunity for scholars in related fields to communicate and share applications and achievements of intelligent sensors and microsystem technology in the field of smart city development, and disseminate the latest research information and progress among the public. The research topics of interest for this special issue include but are not limited to: Intelligent Sensors and Microsystems in Smart City Operation and Construction Intelligent Sensors and Microsystems for Visualization of Urban Spaces Intelligent Sensors for the Urban Internet of Things Wireless Intelligent Sensors for Intelligent Transportation Systems Innovative Intelligent Sensors and Microsystems for Smart Homes Intelligent Sensors for the Urban Thermal Pipeline Waste Detection Filling Sensors for Smart Cities Intelligent Sensors and Microsystems for the Smart Grid MEMS Microsystems for Smart Cities Automotive Sensors and Microsystems Public Safety Sensors and Microsystems Middleware for Intelligent Sensors and Microsystems Cloud and Edge Cloud Architectures to Integrate Intelligent Sensors in Smart Cities Security and Privacy Issues for Intelligent Sensors in Smart Cities Interoperability Issues for Intelligent Sensors in Smart Cities Scalability Issues for Intelligent Sensors in Smart Cities Large-scale Deployment Experiences of Intelligent Sensors and Microsystems Environments
Last updated by Dou Sun in 2021-02-02
Special Issue on Intelligent Clusters of Distributed Next Generation 5G Embedded and Cyber-physical Data Networks
Submission Date: 2022-03-31

The editors are looking forward to recent advances in the related research, not limited to the following topics, providing a platform for researchers from both academia and industry to exchange their innovative ideas, theories, and applications. Highlights of The Special Issue: - This issue will present combined solutions for 5G Networks with Novel High-Performance Distributed Computing (HPDC) Approaches - This issue will include novel IoT Based Distributed Data Network Schemes - Next Generation Machine Learning, Deep Learning ideas for Distributed Data Networks will be presented in this special issue. - This special issue will present SoCs/NoCs embedded hardware solutions for ICs of DDNs. - This special issue will include the efforts for the design of the processors for ML/DL/FL algorithms in ICs of DDNs. Topics of Interest include, but are not limited to: - Intelligent design of SoC/NoCs for IC in 5G DDN - Embedded Cyber-Physical Data Networks for 5G - Processors for the support of ML/DL/FL algorithms in ICs of DDNs - ML/DL/FL algorithms for 5G - DDN - Intelligent Clusters of 5G - DDN - Adaptive data service paradigms - Software-Defined Networking for 5G - HPDC and 5G - DDNs - Smart algorithms for activity-based user approaches - Data Pattern Analytics in IoT and Cloud - Power-aware computing for Mobile IoT devices - Probabilistic methods on user behavioral analysis - Adaptive Networking backbone architectures for IoT - Adaptive Data offloading techniques - Authentication solutions for 5G - DDNs - FL frameworks for intelligent clusters in 5G - DDNs
Last updated by Dou Sun in 2021-07-29
Special Issue on Recent Advances in Smart Sensors Networks and Applications
Submission Date: 2022-04-30

This Special Issue will highlight the most recent practical and theoretical advances in smart sensor technologies and their applications. Therefore, we invite prospective authors from both academia and industry to share their contributions focused on improving data processing generated by sensor networks and the performance of smart systems and applications. Expected submission topics include, but are not limited to, - Embedded processors for Machine Learning - Advanced embedded processors - Advanced low-power devices/sensors - MPSoC technologies - Embedded and cyber-physical systems - Smart System-on-Chip - Intelligent Data Analysis in sensor networks - Applications and use cases of smart sensors networks - Deep learning/machine learning analytics for smart sensor networks - Smart sensors in IoT applications - Nature-inspired approaches for smart sensor systems - Heuristic algorithms for smart sensor networks - Intelligent network technologies for IoT and sensor networks - Intelligent Decision-Making in smart sensor networks - Optimization algorithm for smart sensor systems - Embedded systems for smart sensor networks - Security, reliability, and privacy in smart sensor networks - Smart sensor systems in 5G/6G networks.
Last updated by Dou Sun in 2021-07-29
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