Abdulrahman Mahmoud

Urbana, Illinois, United States

I am a second-year graduate student in Computer Science at UIUC. I'm currently working with Professor Sarita Adve as part of the RSim Research Group.

My primary research interests are in computer architecture, approximate computing, heterogeneous computing, and reliability. I am also broadly interested in operating systems, compilers, security (both hardware and software), and neuromorphic processessing.

I obtained my Bachelors in Science and Engineering from the Electrical Engineering Department at Princeton University. During my undergraduate career, I had the privilege of doing research with Professor Paul Prucnal on spiking photonic neurons; I did research with Professor Sharad Malik on firewall verification; and I wrote my senior thesis under the guidance of Professor David Wentzlaff on a novel data center architecture. Upon graduation, I was the recipient of the John Ogden Bigelow Jr. Prize in Electrical Engineering.

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  • Work
    • Phd Candidate
  • Education
    • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    • Princeton University