way to reach me!
mzahran (AT) acm DOT org
Maryland at College Park, 2003.
My book is
now available from Morgan
Play, and Amazon.
- General Chair: The
49th IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Computer Architecture
- Steering Committee:
(2018-2019) IEEE Transactions on
Multi-Scale Computing Systems
- Program Review Panelist: Department
of Energy and National Science Foundation
- PC member: ICCD 2021,
CF 2020, ICCD 2020, CCGRID
- NPC 2014,
- EUC 2013, HiPC
- EUC 2012,
- ICS 2011,
- older: CGO 2010, IPDPS 2010, HPCC
2009, CSA 2009, ICM 2009, iWAPT 2009
co-editor of ACM
SIGOPS Special issue on the interaction of multicore, compilers, and
operating systems (April 2009).
- Publicity Chair of : CF 2014,
- Publication Chair: CF 2011,
- Workshops/tutorials co-chair ICS 2009
Reviews at Computing
Reviews website (You mat want to login or
Mohamed Zahran received his Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer
Engineering from University
of Maryland at College
Park in 2003. He is currently a faculty member with the Computer
Science Department at NYU.
His research interest spans several aspects of computer architecture,
such as architecture of heterogeneous systems, hardware/software
interaction, and high-performance computing. Zahran
senior member of IEEE, senior member of ACM, and
Sigma Xi scientific honor society.
In case you have nothing better
to do, here is a list of quotes
I gathered from here and there.
Ph.D. 2003, University of Maryland-College Park
Manoj Franklin, Ph.D. 1993, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Gurindar Sohi, Ph.D. 1985, UIUC
Edward S. Davidson, Ph.D. 1968, UIUC
Gernot Metz, Ph.D. 1958, UIUC
Sundaram Seshu, Ph.D. 1955, UIUC
Willis Emery, Ph.D. 1947, Iowa State University
John Ryde, Ph.D. 1945, Iowa State University
Wallace L. Cassell, (no Ph.D.) B.Sc. 1922, University of Colorado at
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