Institute of Computing and Cybersystems (ICC)

Center for Scalable Architectures and Systems

The Center for Scalable Architectures and Systems (SAS) carries out groundbreaking research that leads to new areas of parallelism and scalability in computing infrastructure, hardware and software architectures, and algorithms. Researchers representing the center’s focus areas – VLSI circuits, micro-architecture, systems, all the way up to algorithms – are collaborating to achieve the needed breakthroughs.

Center Resources

  • Immersive Virtual Studio (IVS) Computing Cluster
  • Computer Science System Group Labs

Center Director

Soner Onder

  • Professor, Computer Science
  • Affiliated Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering
soner@mtu.edu
906-487-2123
Rekhi Hall 303

Center Members

Hongyu An

  • Assistant Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering

Courses Taught

  • EE 4271 VLSI Design

Areas of Interest

  • Neuromorphic Engineering/Computing
  • Energy-efficient Neuromorphic Electronic Circuit Design for Artificial Intelligence
  • Emerging Nanoscale Device Design
  • Spiking Neural Networks

Ali Ebnenasir

  • Associate Professor, Computer Science

Area of Expertise

  • Software Engineering
  • Automated Analysis of Fault-Tolerance
  • Formal Methods

Yakov Nekrich

  • Associate Professor, Computer Science

Areas of Expertise

    • String Algorithms
    • Compressed Data Structures
    • Computational Geometry

Links of Interest

Research and Teaching Interests

  • Data Structures
  • Algorithms

Junqiao Qiu

  • Assistant Professor, Computer Science

Links of Interest

Faculty Web Page

Research Focus

  • Parallel Computing
  • Programming Systems 
  • Compiler Optimization

Zhenlin Wang

  • Professor, Computer Science

Links of Interest

Area of Expertise

  • Optimizing Compilers
  • High Performance Architectures
  • Cloud Computing