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Dmitri B. Strukov

Associate Professor, UC Santa Barbara, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

 

Education & Degrees:

2007-2009:

Postdoctoral research in applied physics, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories

2006: 

Ph.D. in electrical and computer engineering, from Stony Brook University

1999: 

Diploma (M.S.) in applied physics and mathematics, from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

                       

Teaching:     

Advanced Computer Architecture, ECE154B

Introduction to Computer Architecture, ECE 154A

Digital Design Fundamentals/Methodologies, ECE 152A/B

Computer Organization, ECE 15B

Reconfigurable Computing, ECE 594BB

Novel Devices and Circuits for Computing, ECE 594BB

Neuromorphic Engineering, ECE594BB

Spring’13’16, Winter’14’15

Winter’12, Fall’12’13’15

Fall’10 / Spring’12

Spring’10’11

Winter’10

Winter’11’13

Spring’15

 

Research:

In general, my research is focused on the development of novel ways to perform computation, including device physics, circuit design, and high-level architecture. For more information see research group webpage.

 

Contact Information:

Mail:          

Electrical and Computer Engineering 9560, UCSB, Santa Barbara, CA 93106

Phone:

(805) 893-2971

Fax:

(805) 893-3262

E-mail:

strukov at ece.ucsb.edu or strukov at gmail.com

 

 

                 

 

Updated: April 2016