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Dr. Rotenberg is a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at North Carolina State University. He received the BS degree in electrical engineering (1991) and the MS and PhD degrees in computer sciences (1996, 1999) from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. From 1992 to 1994, he participated in the design of IBM's AS/400 computer in Rochester, MN. He is currently researching high-performance, low-power and reliable processor architectures.
- 1991 - BS in Electrical Engineering, University of Wisconsin - Madison
1996 - MS in Computer Sciences, University of Wisconsin - Madison
1999 - PhD in Computer Sciences, University of Wisconsin - Madison
| Primary Research Interests
- Computer Architecture and Systems (Including Microprocessor Architecture)
| Selected Publications
- N. K. Choudhary, S. V. Wadhavkar, T. A. Shah, H. Mayukh, J. Gandhi, B. H. Dwiel, S. Navada, H. H. Najaf-abadi, and E. Rotenberg. FabScalar: Composing Synthesizable RTL Designs of Arbitrary Cores within a Canonical Superscalar Template. Proceedings of the 38th IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Computer Architecture (ISCA-38), pp. 11-22, June 2011.
- A. El-Haj-Mahmoud, A. S. Al-Zawawi, A. Anantaraman, and E. Rotenberg. Virtual Multiprocessor: An Analyzable, High-Performance Microarchitecture for Real-Time Computing. Proceedings of the 2005 International Conference on Compilers, Architecture, and Synthesis for Embedded Systems (CASES'05), pp. 213-224, September 2005.
- K. Sundaramoorthy, Z. Purser, and E. Rotenberg. Slipstream Processors: Improving both Performance and Fault Tolerance. Proceedings of the 9th ACM International Conference on Architectural Support for Programming Languages and Operating Systems (ASPLOS-9), pp. 257-268, November 2000.
- E. Rotenberg. AR-SMT: A Microarchitectural Approach to Fault Tolerance in Microprocessors. Proceedings of the 29th IEEE International Symposium on Fault-Tolerant Computing (FTCS-29), pp. 84-91, June 1999.
- E. Rotenberg, S. Bennett, and J. E. Smith. Trace Cache: A Low Latency Approach to High Bandwidth Instruction Fetching. Proceedings of the 29th IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Microarchitecture (MICRO-29), pp. 24-34, December 1996.
| Awards and Honors
- 2010 - Outstanding Graduate Professor of the Year, ECE Department
- 2004 - Academy of Outstanding Teachers (NC State)
- 2004 - Alumni Outstanding Teacher Award (NC State)
- 2001 - NSF Career Award
- 1997 - MICRO-30 Best Paper Award