Likamwa, RobertRobert LiKamWa

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Research expertise

Operating systems and computer architecture for low-power mobile systems

 

Robert LiKamWa’s current research focuses on the design of energy-efficient software and hardware solutions in the mobile system stack of mobile devices. He joined ASU in 2016 from Rice University, where he received his bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees in electrical and computer engineering. Robert’s doctoral thesis studies “Continuous Mobile Vision: Rethinking the Vision Sensing Pipeline for Energy Efficiency”.

 

Selected publications:

RedEye: Analog ConvNet Image Sensor Architecture for Continuous Mobile Vision

Robert LiKamWa, Yunhui Hou, Julian Gao, Mia Polansky, Lin Zhong

ISCA 2016: 43rd international symposium on computer architecture

 

Starfish: Efficient concurrency support for computer vision applications

Robert LiKamWa, Lin Zhong

MobiSys 2015: 13th annual international conference on mobile systems, applications, and services

 

Energy proportional image sensors for continuous mobile vision (Best Paper Award)

Robert LiKamWa, Bodhi Priyantha, Matthai Philipose, Lin Zhong, Paramvir Bahl

MobiSys 2013: 11th annual international conference on mobile systems, applications, and services

 

MoodScope: Building a mood sensor from smartphone usage patterns

Robert LiKamWa, Yunxin Liu, Nicholas D. Lane, Lin Zhong

MobiSys 2013: 11th annual international conference on mobile systems, applications, and services

 

Reflex: using low-power processors in smartphones without knowing them

Felix Xiaozhu Lin, Zhen Wang, Robert LiKamWa, Lin Zhong

ASPLOS ‘12: 17th annual international conference on architectural support for programming languages and op. systems