Prof. Langendoen leads the Embedded and Networked Systems group, which has the mission of improving the software development and maintenance process for embedded systems ranging from simple, 8-bit microcontrollers in consumer products to complex, networked controllers in industrial applications, and beyond.
Although prof. Langendoen’s personal research expertise is mostly on small embedded devices, the software supporting large-scale networks of such devices is complex, and requires a systematic development approach. This aspect directly matches the Systems Engineering focus of TNO/ESI.
Prof. Langendoen also serves as the director of studies for the MSc on Embedded Systems running at TU Delft. In this capacity he strives to educate students with modern software development methods, including Model-Based Software Engineering practiced by TNO/ESI.
- Development of a new modulation scheme for passive VLC based on first principles of Liquid Crystal Displays.
- Development of a collaborative approach to intermittent computing to address the availability issue in a distributed manner.
- Miguel Chavez
- Weiyu Cui
- Lingyu Du
- Keyarash Ghiasi
- Chenxing Ji
- Vito Kortbeek
- Nikolaos Kouvelas
- Kees Kroep
- Naram Sultan Mhaisen
- Sujay Narayana
- Jorik Oostenbrink
- Belma Turkovic
- Weizheng Wang
- Jasper de WinkelTalia Xu
- A Principled Design for Passive Light Communication. Ghiasi, K.; Zuniga, M.; and Langendoen, K. In 27th Int. Conf. On Mobile Computing And Networking (Mobicom), pages 121–133, 2021.
- Continuous Sensing on Intermittent Power. Majid, A.; Schilder, P.; and Langendoen, K. In 19th Int. Conf. on Information Processing in Sensor Networks (IPSN), April 2020.
- FLEET: When time-bounded communication meets high energy-efficiency. Sarkar, C.; Prasad, R. V.; and Langendoen, K. IEEE Access. 2019.