In July 2015 I moved to the ECE Department
at Lafayette College in Easton, PA.
My interests are primarily in the broad areas of digital design and computer
architecture. I am particularly interested in the design of future
multicore processors, especially those that incorporate elements of
heterogeneity and reconfigurability.
I completed my Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering at Cornell
University in 2010. Part of my studies were supported by an NSF
Graduate Research Fellowship and a Cornell Graduate Fellowship.
Prior to joining Bucknell in August 2012, I spent a year as a Visiting
Assistant Professor at Harvey Mudd College and a year at Intel as a
Performance Architect. At Intel I worked on the early design of the
processor that is set to be released in 2017.
See my teaching
page for a list of past courses taught.