Carnegie Mellon University

Electrical and Computer Engineering

College of Engineering

Seth Goldstein

Seth Goldstein

Courtesy Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Associate Professor, Computer Science Department

  • 7111 Gates-Hillman Center
  • 412-268-3828
Address 5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Bio

 

Education

PhD, 1997 
Computer Science 
University of California, Berkeley

MS, 1994 
Computer Science 
University of California, Berkeley

BS, 1985 
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science 
Princeton University

Research

Professor Goldstein's research is in creating processors and compilers to meet tomorrow's computing needs. He is focusing on reconfigurable computing as a way to meet the new demands of applications such as multimedia, encryption, digital signal processing, autonomous vehicles and databases. He is currently working on reconfigurable architectures and compilers in conjunction with the PipeRench project. His goal is to bring reconfigurable computing into the mainstream of computing by developing better compilation technology and integrating a reconfigurable fabric with a processor core for both high-powered, general-purpose processors and embedded systems.

In the short-term, Professor Goldstein is working on compiling applications to a pipeline model using the cached virtual hardware realization of a reconfigurable fabric.