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Kambiz Samadi received his B.Sc in Computer Engineering (Summa Cum Laude) from California State University, Fresno in May 2004. During the summer of 2003, he pursued research with Wireless Communications and Parallel and Distributed Information Systems Groups at California Institute of Technology, through undergraduate research fellowship (SURF) program.  He is also a recipient of the 2004 outstanding undergraduate honorable mention award by Computing Research Association (CRA). He has recently received his Ph.D. from the Electrical and Computer Engineering department in University of California, San Diego. He worked under supervision of Prof. Andrew B. Kahng in the VLSI CAD Laboratory.
 
  1. (1)Architectural design space explorations of CMPs and MPSoCs,

  2. (2)Communication modeling for system-level design,

  3. (3)Networks-on-Chip characterization / optimization, and

  4. (4)VLSI-CAD

Latest NEWS


  1. *I have successfully defended and filed my thesis!

  2. *Our ICCAD-2010 submission titled, “Efficient Metaheuristics for Optimization of Networks-on-Chip Configurations” has been accepted!

  3. *Our DAC-2010 submission titled, “Trace-Driven Optimization of Networks-on-Chip Configurations” has been accepted!






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Intel 80-core Teraflops Research Chip - Courtesy © Intel Corporation