I am a professor of electrical and computer engineering at Carnegie Mellon University. (My official webpage.) My research interests include computer architecture, reconfigurable computing and high-level hardware description and synthesis. I am affiliated with CALCM and CSSI. I received my Ph.D. in EECS from MIT in 2000 (S.M., 1994). I received my B.S. in EECS from UC Berkeley in 1992. I am an IEEE Fellow.
For fall 2015, I am teaching a new grad course. ECE 18-643: Reconfigurable Logic - Technology, Architecture and Applications. (Lec TR 12:00PM 01:20PM WEH 4623; A W 04:30PM 05:50PM WEH 4709) Until spring 2011, I regularly taught ECE 18-447: Introduction to Computer Architecture. (Other courses I have taught.)
- Does Hardware Design Have to be Hard? (Short Course given at Beihang University)
- The 4th Workshop on the Intersections of Computer Architecture and Reconfigurable Logic (CARL 2015) (co-located with ISCA 2015)