The Reliable Computing Laboratory at Boston University is a research laboratory in the Department of the Electrical and Computer Engineering. It is located on the third floor of the Photonics Center:
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Reliable Computing Laboratory, Room 302
8 Saint Mary’s Street
Boston, MA 02215
Members of the laboratory conduct research on a broad variety of topics, including hardware diagnosis, secret sharing, cheater identification, design of reliable memories, design of computer chips, efficient hardware testing at chip, board, and system levels; functional software testing, efficient signal processing algorithms, coding and decoding, the design of time-efficient systolic arrays, and asynchronous circuits. Check the Research page for the latest info.