There are open positions available for excellent undergraduate students from Computer Science and Electrical Engineering departments to carry out projects under my supervision. The projects are for one or two semesters, and formally can be credited as “Project A” or “Advanced project” in both departments. The formal prerequisites for the project are classes in the OS and Computer Architecture from either department.
These are more open-ended, research projects, with the potential to grow into a full Master thesis. Therefore the projects are particularly suitable for senior undergraduate students in their last semester who are considering applying for the graduate program.
The projects focus on the core challenges of the next generation computer systems involving bleeding-edge massively parallel processors and accelerators, and cover various aspects of GPUs, High speed I/O devices, Operating Systems, Distributed Computing Systems, Hardware Security, and machine learning on GPUs and accelerators.
Send me your CV and your grade transcript or come and talk to me. The positions are competitive!
I am looking for motivated graduate students with a strong hands-on background in building computer systems.
The best candidates will also have some background in signal processing, computer security, machine learning and computer vision.
Send me your CV, grade transcript, and a brief description of your technical background and research interests.
I have funding for a postdoc to lead exciting new directions in the topics of the lab. Send me your CV and a Research Statement.