I currently conduct research in hybrid continuous-discrete computing. I am part of a team that is working to develop an architecture that would process real-world sensory input and solve systems of differential equations at higher speed and lower energy cost. Applications of such an architecture abound in computational robotics and simulations of physical models.
My research interests also include hardware security, hardware design methodology, and network protocols.
Computer Architecture and Security Technology Lab (aka CASTL).
TA Office Hours
I am a TA for EECS 4340 Computer Hardware Design for Fall 2014.
My office hours are Mondays 10:30 to 12:30 in the Mudd first floor TA help room.
450 Computer Science Building
1214 Amsterdam Avenue, Mailcode: 0401
New York, New York 10027-7003