RIT

Department of Computer Engineering

Amlan Ganguly

Associate Professor

Department of Computer Engineering

Room: 09-3425

Rochester Institute of Technology

Rochester, New York 14623-5603

Phone: 585-475-4082

Email: amlan.ganguly@rit.edu

Skype: amlan.ganguly@skype.com

Web: http://people.rit.edu/axgeec

News:

1. CONGRATULATIONS to Naseef Mansoor, Md Shahriar Shamim and Rounak Singh Narde for their paper being accepted in IEEEE Transactions on Computers. Please see publications tab for more.

2. Received the US National Science Foundation (NSF) Faculty Early Career Development Award (CAREER), 2015 for project titled, “Energy-Efficient Datacenters with Wireless Interconnection Networks”.

3. Organizer of Workshop on Energy-efficient Networks of Computers (E2NC): from the Chip to the Cloud, collocated with the International Green and Sustainable Computing Conference (IGSC), 2018.

4. CONGRATULATIONS to Naseef Mansoor (PhD student) for getting his work accepted in the Work-in-Progress Category in Design Automation Conference (DAC), 2016.

5. I have been appointed as an Associate Editor of the Elsevier Journal on Sustainable Computing (SUSCOM).

6. I am looking for multiple PhD students starting in fall 2016. Please email with CV to me directly.

7. Organizer of Workshop on Energy-efficient Network on Chip, Multicore and Manycore Architectures, collocated with the International Green Computing Conference (IGCC), 2014.

8. Technical Program Committee Member of 2013 IEEE Green Computing and Communications (GreenCom 2013) and 8th International Body Area Networks Conference (BodyNet 2013).

9. National Science Foundation (NSF) funded project: Hierarchical On-Chip Millimeter-Wave Wireless Micro-Networks for Multi-Core Systems, PI Ganguly will develop CDMA based on-chip wireless network.

Student Resources:

Students who want to join my research group are encouraged to contact me via email or in my office at the earliest. Funding opportunities at PhD, MS, BSMS and BS levels is possible depending on merit and availability.

 

Students who want to take CMPE 731 (Design and Test of Multicore Chips) click here.

 

Last updated: 1/30/2018