Design for Excellence Lab
Ozgur Sinanoglu heads the research team in NYU Abu Dhabi, whose main focus is the reliability and security of electronic chips. With the increasing complexity of designs, enhanced capabilities of engraving smaller transistors on silicon, and low-power, high-performance operation requirements integrated circuits are becoming more and more vulnerable to reliability and security threats.
Modern Microprocessor Architectures Lab
The Modern Microprocessors Architectures (MoMA) Lab focuses on the security and privacy of modern high-performance and embedded microprocessors. Research topics include privacy-preserving architectures, encrypted computation, industrial control systems security, and hardware security.
Photonics Research Lab
The Photonics Research Lab is working to develop novel Photonic/Optoelectronic components for next generation optical and data communication networks. Our interest is to address limitations of communication bandwidth using novel process platforms such as silicon photonics.
Micro- and Nanoscale Bioengineering Lab
We are a diverse team of research engineers and assistants, postdocs, and graduate and undergraduate students at NYUAD, dedicated to resolving complex bioengineering challenges through our state-of-the-art facilities, and unique amalgam of skillsets.
S.M.A.R.T. Construction Research Group
The mission of this dynamic and interdisciplinary team is to conduct world-leading research that delivers innovative frameworks, methodologies, models, and tools to improve the management of the different phases in the lifecycle of construction projects, and move forward the automation and digitalization of the construction sector.
Smart City Tested
The concept of a “Smart City” is an emerging topic of research that is driven by the need to enhance the quality of life of the ever-growing number of inhabitants in urban areas. As world urbanization continually grows and the world’s population is expected to increase significantly by 2050..
The hardware security and trust area has experienced major growth over the last decade. A multitude of approaches and methodologies have been developed by researchers in academia and industry for evaluating hardware security and trust, but the effectiveness of these methods is not universally accepted..