Ph.D. Candidate and Graduate Research Assistant
ECE, Carnegie Mellon University
I am a graduate research assistant at CMU, working with Professor James C. Hoe. My current research interests are in FPGA computing abstractions and reconfigurable memory systems. My current research focuses on a framework and abstraction to apply concepts from Service-Oriented Architecture to the design of soft-logic FPGA memory systems. Previously, I have worked on the CoRAM project. I received my M.S. in ECE from CMU in 2016, and B.S. in EE from the University at Buffalo in 2014.
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