Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Reetuparna Das
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Division: CSE
Title: Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering & Computer Science
Address: 3624 Beyster Bldg.
Phone: (734) 764-4255
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Degree: PhD
Research Interests: Computer architecture, and its interaction with software systems and device/VLSI technologies. Specialized interests include on-chip interconnection networks, three-dimensional IC design, and multi-core memory systems.
Research Areas: Warehouse-Scale and Parallel Systems; Secure, Trustworthy, and Reliable Systems; Chip Design, Architecture, and Emerging Devices.

Jia Deng
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Division: CSE
Title: Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Address: 3640 Beyster
Phone: 734-764-8517
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Degree: PhD, Computer Science, Princeton, 2012
Research Interests: Computer Vision, Machine Learning.
Research Areas: Artificial Intelligence; Databases and Data Mining.
Areas of Specialty: Machine Learning; Computer Vision.

Andrew W. DeOrio
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Division: CSE
Title: LEO Lecturer III, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Address: 2705 Beyster
Phone: 734-763-5867
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Degree: Ph.D., CSE, University of Michigan, 2012

Parag Deotare
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Division: ECE
Title: Assistant Professor
Address: 6104 ERB II
Phone: 734-647-3119
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Degree: PhD Harvard University
Research Interests: Research includes light-matter interaction in nanoscale systems and the development of low energy photonic and excitonic devices for applications in data communication and life sciences.
Research Areas: MEMS and Microsystems; Optics and Photonics; Quantum Science and Technology; Solid-State Devices and Nanotechnology; Energy Science and Engineering.
Areas of Specialty: Optoelectronics; Nanotechnology and Nanofabrication.

Robert Dick
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Division: ECE
Title: Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Address: 2417E EECS
Phone: (734) 763-3329
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Degree: Ph.D. Princeton University
Research Interests: Embedded systems.
Research Areas: Signal & Image Processing and Machine Learning; Integrated Circuits and VLSI; Embedded Systems.
Areas of Specialty: Source Coding and Compression; Digital circuits; Energy harvesting; Low power circuits; Sensing systems.

Tawanna Ruth Dillahunt
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Division: CSE
Title: Assistant Professor, School of Information; Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Address: 4340 North Quad
Phone: 734-647-8296
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Mary Lou Dorf
Division: CSE
Title: Lecturer IV, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Address: 4636 Beyster Bldg.
Phone: (734) 615-9916
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Research Interests: Engineering Education, women in engineering

Ronald Dreslinski
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Division: CSE
Title: Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Address: 2637 Beyster Bldg
Phone: 971-221-6554
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Degree: PhD
Research Interests: Novel architectures and design technologies for energy-efficient computing, including near-threshold computer design and experimental 3D computer chips.
Research Areas: Warehouse-Scale and Parallel Systems; Chip Design, Architecture, and Emerging Devices; Embedded and Mobile Systems.

Edmund H Durfee
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Division: CSE
Title: Co-director, Technology Increasing Knowledge: Technology Optimizing Choice (TIKTOC), U-M Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center; Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Address: 3745 Beyster Bldg.
Phone: (734) 936-1563
Fax: (734) 763-1260
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Degree: Ph.D. U-Massachusetts
Research Interests: Multi-agent coordination and intelligent real-time systems
Research Areas: Artificial Intelligence; Robotics and Autonomous Systems; Robotics in CSE.
Areas of Specialty: Multiagent and Economic Systems; Constraint-based Reasoning; Assistive Technology; Robotics.

Prabal Dutta
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Division: CSE
Title: Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Address: 4773 Beyster Bldg.
Phone: (734) 647-8821
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Degree: Ph.D, UC Berkeley
Research Interests: Practical, low-power platforms and wireless protocols for pervasive sensing, computing, and communications.