Dr. Scherson’s research interests fall in the general areas of parallel computer architecture and applications of concurrent computation. His work on interconnection networks for massively parallel systems involves the development of cost-effective high performance networks capable of supporting thousands or millions of processing elements. In addition, Dr. Scherson is applying the results of his seminal networks research to Intelligent Networks on Chip for Embedded Systems.
Ph.D., Weizmann Institute of Science (Rehovot, Israel), 1983
Computer Architecture and Embedded Systems
Studying the various aspects of computer system definition, design and optimization...
Distributed, Network and Operating Systems
Focusing on the design, management, and optimization of interconnected computer systems and networks, aiming to …