Mission

The Heterogeneous and Reconfigurable Computing (HeRC) Lab develops technologies that enable the practical application of emerging and special-purpose processing technologies for scientific and real-time embedded computing. This includes field programmable, massively parallel, and processor-in-memory architectures. The lab develops artifacts that include development tools, programmer abstractions, and deployed applications, and also performs comparative analyses of competing architectures.




Current Members


Jason D. Bakos
U.S.A.
Lab Director
Madushan Abeysinghe
Sri Lanka
Ph.D. Student
Rasha Karakchi
Iraq
Ph.D. Student
Ivan Panchenko
Ukraine
Ph.D. Student
Steve Rubin
Russia
Ph.D. Student





Alumni Members


Stephanie Rogers, M.S.
2009
Intel
Tiffany M. Mintz, Ph.D.
2010
Oak Ridge Nat'l Lab
Yan Zhang, Ph.D.
2012
SK Hynix
Shaun Gause, M.S.
2013
U.S. Homeland Security
Krishna Nagar, Ph.D.
2013
Intel/Altera
Yang Gao, Ph.D.
2014
Google
Fan Zhang, Ph.D.
2014
Google
Zheming Jin, Ph.D.
2014
Argonne Nat'l Lab
Jordan Bradshaw, Ph.D.
2016
Elauwit
Lacie Cochran
2018
M.S. Student