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I am an Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Stony Brook University.

My research combines aspects of hardware design, digital signal processing, compilers, and computer-aided design of digital systems. The goal of my work is to use domain-specific knowledge of applications in the domain of signal processing (and related areas) to construct automated hardware generation tools (targeting ASIC and FPGA).

I have created and maintain the Spiral DFT/FFT IP Core Generator, an online tool to generate flexible hardware implementations of the discrete Fourier transform suitable for implementation as ASIC or FPGA.

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