Professor of Engineering, Professor of Computer Science


Sherief Reda is a full Professor at the School of Engineering (SoE) and Computer Science Department, Brown University. He joined the SoE in 2006 after receiving his PhD in Computer Science & Engineering from UCSD. His SCALE lab conducts research in the areas of computing systems, with focus on energy-efficient computing, digital chip design, embedded systems, computer architecture, and combinatorial optimization. Prof. Reda  co-authored two books, and over 130 articles in leading conferences and journals (Google scholar profile). He is a holder of five US patents. Professor Reda received several best paper nominations and awards. He has been a PI or co-PI on more than $21M of funded projects from federal agencies and industry corporations. He served as a technical program committee member for many IEEE/ACM conferences. He served as the General Chair for IEEE/ACM Symposium on Low-Power and Electronics Design, and as an associate editor for ElSevier Integration and IEEE Transactions on CAD. Prof. Reda is a recipient of NSF CAREER award, and he is a Fellow of IEEE for his contribution to energy-efficient and approximate computing. Prof. Besides his academic work, Professor Reda  serves as an expert witness in patent litigation lawsuits, and he has been a Principal Scientist at Amazon since 2021.


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