The High-Performance Computing and Embedded Systems Lab (HiPCES) was established with the founding of Frederick University. It is equipped with high technology infrastructure such as a 76-CPU cluster of workstations, (currently being upgraded to a 152-CPU system), as well as advanced FPGA and DSP/embedded processor systems ranging from low-cost to state-of-the-art. The research conducted in HPCL includes: Multi-core system design with Data flow scheduling Network-on-Chip architectures and routing algorithms Embedded system design The lab members currently include full-time Frederick University faculty, Ph.D and MSc students as well as a number of undergraduate students. The lab members have participated in a number of competitive funding European and national research projects in Cyprus and Greece and have published a textbook, a number of book chapters as well as journal and conference papers.