Computer Science Department
University of Utah
Some facts about me:
I am born and raised in a lovely seaport town in the northern part of
I received my masters at
Luleå University of Technology
in fall 1996.
During my graduate studies I have specialized in the field of digital hardware design.
At Luleå University I took some graduate courses covering this area and also participated
in a Rapid Prototyping Project
concerning the forging of several rapid prototyping tools into a single design
platform. During one of these courses I developed an interest in the field of
which offers several interesting characteristics not found in Synchronous Design.
During summer 95 to spring 96 I performed my
project at University of UtahComputer Science Department
where I helped in the development of a framework for Synthesis of Asynchronous
Circuits called ACK.
I am currently pursuing
a doctorate in Computer Science at the University of Utah. My research is now concentrated
on efficient hardwired and programmable architectures and synthesis algorithms for asynchronous
I am currently carrying out my thesis research regarding locally clocked systems at
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center in Yorktown, New York.
ACK - a synthesis framework for asynchronous circuits.