KARAM S. CHATHA

   

 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering

Arizona State University

Also affiliated with

Department of Electrical Engineering.
 

 

Address
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Brickyard Engineering Building 506,
Tempe, AZ, 85287-5406.

 

Phone: (480) 727 7850

Fax: (480) 965 2751
Email: kchatha at asu dot edu

 

 

RESEARCH

My research addresses all aspects of application specific digital system design, including architectures, design methodologies, and computer-aided design (CAD) tools. In particular, I have focused on network-on-chip (NoC) design, multiprocessor system-on-chip (MPSoC)  design, hardware-software co-design, and reconfigurable and adaptive computing.

 

My research projects and publications can be found at the Computing Systems Research Lab (CSRL) web site.

 

RESEARCH LABS AND CENTERS

  • Computing Systems Research Lab (CSRL)

  • Consortium Embedded Systems (CES)

 

TEACHING

S 08, CSE 424: Systems Capstone Project II

S 08, CSE 494/598: System Level Hardware Software Codesign

F 07, CSE 320: Design and Synthesis of Digital Hardware

S 07, CSE 494/598: System Level Hardware Software Codesign

F 06, CSE 320: Design/Synthesis of Digital Hardware

F 06, CSE 591: Hardware-Software Co-design

S 06, CSE 422: Microcomputer System Design

F 05, CSE 591: Hardware-Software Co-design

F 05, CSE 422: Microcomputer System Design

S 05, CSE 591: Hardware-Software Co-design

F 04, CSE 598: Electronic Design Automation

S 04, CSE 422: Microcomputer System Design

S 04, CSE 598: Electronic Design Automation

F 03, CSE 517: Hardware Design Languages

S 03, CSE 423: Microcomputer System Design

F 02, CSE 517: Hardware Design Languages

S 02, CSE 591: Hardware-Software Co-design

F 01, CSE 517: Hardware Design Languages

 

AWARDS

  • IEEE/ACM William J. McCalla Best Paper Award, International Conference on Computer-Aided Design (ICCAD), 2007.

  • NSF CAREER Award 2006

  • Best Paper Award, International Symposium on Field Programmable Logic, 1999.

My curriculum vitae can be found at the following link: CV.