Reliable Silicon Systems Lab

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, McGill University

The Reliable Silicon Systems Lab (RSSL) at McGill University conducts research on a variety of computer engineering topics under the supervision of Professor Brett H. Meyer, including

  • Computer architecture and automated computer system design
  • Fault-tolerant and safety-critical system design
  • Aerospace and automative system security
  • Hardware-software optimization of machine learning systems

Interested in joining the team? Learn about out what we’re currently looking for in new members.

Quickly browse our past publications here:


Poster: Optimizing Keyword Spotting on Microcontrollers

Undergraduate Adithya Lakshminarayanan presented his summer research at the SURE Poster Session today. It explores the different trade-offs inherent in quantizing models for keyword spotting. FP is best for top accuracy, but 8- and 16-bit models each strike interesting trade-offs under tighter constraints.

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New website!

Please bear with us as we move our website to Jekyll and slowly add content.

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