Hala A. Farouk , Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Biography
Affiliation
Honours & Awards
Publications
Funds and Projects
Teaching
Courses
Office hours

Biography

Courses Added

Courses Added
CourseAcademic yearTerm

CC317 - Digital System Design

2011 Fall View All Content
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CC523 - Computer Design and Performance Evaluation

2011 Spring View All Content
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CC527 - Computer Aided Design

2011 Spring View All Content
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IM423 - Operations Research

2012 Fall View All Content
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IM433 - Industrial Data Systems Management

2012 Fall View All Content
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NE364 - Engineering Economy

2012 Spring View All Content
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Funds and Projects

  • Partial Dynamic Reconfiguration
    Reconfigurable Computing and Field-Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) have been used in recent years to implement many complex algorithms into hardware to obtain outstanding performance compared to software solutions. The FPGA solutions have also been used in industrial applications to substitute Application Specific Integrated Circuits wherever flexibility is needed.

    Dynamic Partial Reconfiguration (DPR) is one of the major developments in the reconfigurable computing area. It is the ability to reprogram a portion of the FPGA without powering down resetting the chip. Hence, DPR offers a new design space with lower configuration time, lower memory consumption and lower power consumption in comparison with the standard reconfigurable computing.

    In this project, students will explore the theory behind the DPR and all related technical aspects. They will choose an application from security networking field and analyze the algorithm of the chosen application in order to apply the DPR on it. Finally, they will implement their work on the FPGA boards provided by the FPGA lab at the AASTMT and compare their results with other published results.
    Funded Project
Spring - 2012
DayFromTo
Tuesday 10am 2pm

List of Publications

Affiliation

  • Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
  • Egyptian Engineering Syndicate
  • Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE)
  • International Association for Cryptologic Research (IACR)

Teaching

  • Operations Research
    Database Management Systems
    Engineering Economy
    Computing Systems
    Digital Systems
    Computer Design and Performance Analysis
    Computer Architecture
    Application-Specific Architectures
    Image Processing

Honours & Awards

  • Best B.Sc. Project Award from the Egyptian Computer Science Society
    The graduation project entitled "Dynamic Partial Reconfiguration" has won the award of the best B.Sc. project from the Egyptian Computer Science Society
  • Honored Design Award in ASP-DAC University LSI Design Contest
    The steganographic special processor has won an award in the ASP-DAC Design Contest in Jokohama, Japan

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