Electrical Computer Engineering

Innovating the future of IoT


Hiring announcement
Dr. Sasan's GATE lab is recruiting five qualified PhD students intersted in research in Conv. Neural Network algorithm and accelerator design, Hardware security, and approximate computing for custom ASIC accelerators. Please forward your resume directly to Dr. Sasan for consideration.

New course offering
Internet of Things, Fall 2017

Low Power and Secure VLSI, Spring 2018


Mission Statement: The primary focus of Dr. Sasan is the design and development of low power and secure computing solutions for mobile, embedded and IOT devices.

Dr. Sasan manages the Green, Accelerated and Trustworthy Expedition (GATE) laboratory. Research of this laboratory spans approximate computing, near threshold computing, neural network expedition and acceleration, hardware security (manufacturing supply chain), and low power methodologies.

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