Power electronics, solar energy conversion circuits and systems, dc-to-dc conversion, dynamic and control of power converters, power factor correction. Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, University of Illinois at Chicago, 1990
Cognitive radio networks, dynamic spectrum access, economic issues in networks, applied game and auction theories, ad hoc and sensor networks, resource management and QoS provisioning, mobile video delivery, subjective video quality assessment (QoE).
Ph.D., University of Texas at Arlington, 2002
Computer-aided design and design automation for conventional and emerging computing technologies; Physical design and synthesis of VLSI circuits; Acceleration of deep neural networks; In-memory computing
Ultra-low Power Brain-inspired (Neuromorphic), Non-Boolean and Boolean Computing Using Emerging Nanoscale Devices, Device/ Circuit/ Architecture Co-design for Ultra-low Power, High Performance System Purdue University (2015)
Areas of Specialty:
Big Data, Data Analytics, Deep Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Innovation, Simulation, and Agent-Based Models, Complex Systems, Computational Economics, Evolutionary Computation, and Computational Social Sciences.
Artificial intelligence, Machine Learning, knowledge-based systems, automated diagnostics, intelligent simulations, validation and verification of knowledge based systems Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh, 1979
Data mining, especially frequent pattern mining across massive biological networks; integrative approaches to identifying phenotype specific pathways; DNA motif discovery and regulatory network interface; gene/protein function prediction; integration of e Ph.D., University of Southern California, 2006
Multimedia databases, multimedia information systems, multimedia communications, Internet computing, wireless networks, parallel and distributed systems Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, 1987
Programming and specification language design and semantics, formal methods (program specification and verification), aspect-oriented languages, object-oriented languages, distributed languages, type theory, programming methodology, software engineering, Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1988
Director of Cyber Security & Privacy Cluster, Professor
ARPERS (Architecture Research for Performance, Reliability, and Security). ARPERS focuses on computer architecture exploration and modeling to support cross-cutting design issues such as performance, reliability, and security
Research interests primarily focus on methods of natural computation, theory of coadaptive and coevolutionary computation, and application of coadaptive methods for multiagent learning. George Mason University (2004)
Wireless circuit design for reliability, RF energy harvesting for biomedical applications, sensor interface circuits for internet of things, and secure integrated circuits using CMOS or emerging technologies