|Ahmed A. El-Amawy
Computer architecture, parallel processing, parallel algorithms, fault- tolerant computing, VLSI
Ahmed El-Amawy obtained his Ph.D in Computer Engineering from Iowa State University in 1983. His current research interest include optical networks, survivable networks, non-blocking routing, parallel processing, computer architecture, and theoretical aspects of interconnection networks. He invented the first clock distribution scheme for large systems that guarantees constant skew upper bound irrespective of network size. He owns three US patents and two pending patents. He was listed in Who's Who of American Inventors. Dr. El-Amawy has servrd on several program committees of national and International conferences. He served as the program Co_chair for the 1997 International conference on Parallel and Distributed Computing Systems. He is also serving as an Associate Editor for the Journal of Computing and Information. He is currently a Chevron professor of Computer Engineering at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Louisiana State University. He was recently awarded a Chevron Professorship by LSU. Dr. El-Amawy is a senior member of the IEEE, the IEEE Computer Society and is a member of the honorsociety of Phi kappa Phi.
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