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Hsingmean Sha
Professor-Computer Science
Office MailstopMail Box: EC31, Room No.: ECSS 3.226 
Email Address  edsha@utdallas.edu    Primary Phone Number 972-883-4193    Fax Number (972) 883-2349    URL Faculty Homepage    Media Contact
 Professional Preparation
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 DegreeMajorInstitutionYear
 Ph.D.Computer SciencePrinceton University1992
 M.A.Computer SciencePrinceton University1991
 BSEComputer ScienceNational Taiwan University1986
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Research Interests
  • Embedded software
  • Information security
  • DSP architectures and parallelizations
  • Embedded systems
  • Compilers
  • Parallel architectures
  • High-level synthesis in VLSI
  • Software tools for parallel
  • Distributed and embedded systems
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2013
J. Zhang, T. Deng, Q. Gao, Q. Zhuge, and E. H.-M Sha, “Optimizing Data Placement of Loops for Energy Minimization with Multiple Types of Memories,” in Journal of Signal Processing Systems (JSPS), Vol. 72, No. 3, pp. 151 - 164, July 2013. (SCI Indexed)
Peer reviewed
2013
J. Hu, Y. He, Q. Zhuge, E. H.-M. Sha, J. Xue and Y. Zhao, “Minimizing Accumulative Memory Load Cost on Multi-core DSPs with Multi-Level Memory,” Accepted in Journal of System Architecture (JSA), May 2013. (SCI Indexed)
Peer reviewed
2012
Q. Zhuge, Y. Guo, J. Hu, W. Tseng and E. H.-M. Sha, “Minimizing Access Cost for Multiple Types of Memory Units in Embedded Systems through Data Allocation and Scheduling,” IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing (IEEE TSP), VOl. 60, No. 6, pp. 3253-3263, June 2012 (SCI Indexed).
Peer reviewed
2012
J. Hu, Q. Zhuge, C. Xu, W. Tseng and E. H.-M. Sha, “ Data Allocation Optimization for Hybrid Scratch Pad Memory with SRAM and Non-volatile Memory,” Accepted in IEEE Transactions on Very Large Integration Systems (IEEE TVLSI), 2012.
Peer reviewed
2012
J. Hu, C. Xue, W. Tseng, Q. Zhuge, Y. Zhao and E. H.-M. Sha, “Memory Access Schedule Minimization for Embedded Systems,” in Elsevier Journal of System Architectures (JSA), Vol. 58, No. 1, pp. 48-59, Jan. 2012. (SCI Indexed)
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Start DateEnd DatePresentation/Project
11/2007 11/2007 Optimizations for Parallel Embedded Systems
Hong Kong, City University of Hong Kong, Invited Distinguished Lecture, November, 2007.
07/2007 07/2007 Research on Embedded Systems
Chengdu, China, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, Invited Lecture, July, 2007.
07/2007 07/2007 Research on Embedded Systems
Beijing, China, Beihang University, Invited Lecture, July, 2007.
07/2007 07/2007 Timing and Power Optimizations for Parallel Embedded Systems
Shanghai, China, Shanghai Jiaotong University, Invited Lecture, July, 2007.
07/2007 07/2007 Optimizations for Parallel Embedded Systems
Jinan, China, Shandong University, Invited Lecture, July, 2007.
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DurationRankDepartment / SchoolCollege / OfficeUniversity / Company
09/1988-07/1992RA and TADepartment of Computer Science Princeton University
08/2000-PresentProfessorDepartment of Computer Science University of Texas at Dallas
08/1998-08/2000Associate Professor (Tenured) & Associate ChairDepartment of Computer Science and Engr. University of Notre Dame
08/1992-05/1995Assistant ProfessorDepartment of Computer Science and Engr. University of Notre Dame
08/1986-05/1988System Programmer  Marine Corps
05/1995-08/1998Associate Professor & Associate ChairDepartment of Computer Science and Engr. University of Notre Dame
01/2002-10/2004CoordinatorComputer Systems Group University of Texas at Dallas
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Awards and Honors
  • Overseas Distinguished Young Scholar (B), National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC), RMB$400,000, 2007 - 2010.
  • Microsoft Trustworthy Computing Curriculum Development Award, 2005.
  • NSF CAREER Award, High-Level Design Methodologies for Time-Optimal and Memory-Optimal Systems, Principal Investigator, MIPS 95-01006, $139,000, (the amount from NSF), June 1995 - May 1998.
  • Faculty Undergraduate Teaching Award of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Notre Dame, 1998.
  • General Chair of the 5th 2008 IEEE International Symposium on Embedded Computing (SEC 2008), Beijing, China, October 2008.
  • General Chair of the 2007 IFIP International Conference on Embedded And Ubiquitous Computing (EUC 2007), Taipei, Taiwan, December 2007.
  • Steering Committee Chair of the International Workshop on Embedded Software Optimization (ESO).
  • Program Committee Chair of the 2006 IFIP International Conference on Embedded And Ubiquitous Computing (EUC 2006), Seoul, Korea, August 2006.
  • General Committee Co-Chair of the 2006 International Workshop on Embedded Software Optimization (ESO 2006), Seoul, Korea, August 2006.
  • General Committee Co-Chair of the First International Workshop on Security in Ubiquitous Computing (SecUbiq-05) in conjunction with EUC 2005, Nagasaki, Japan, Dec. 2005.
  • General Committee Co-Chair of the 1st International Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Embedded Systems (PDES) in conjunction with ICPADS 2005, Fukuoka, Japan, July 2005.
  • Evaluation Committee, The National Science and Technology Program for Systems-on-Chip (NSTPSoC), Republic of China, Taiwan, 2004.
  • 1994 Junior Faculty Enhancement Award of Oak Ridge Associated University in Mathematics/Computer Science.

Grants
  • Efficient Spatial-Temporal Analysis of Environment and Public Health Related Data, Co-PI (W. Wu, E. Sha, F. Qiu), NSF, IIS-0513669, $397,504, Sept. 2005 - Aug. 2008, 5% effort.
  • Design Space Exploration and Synthesis for Multiple-Mode Embedded Systems, PI (E.Sha), NSF ITR, CCR-0309461, $210,000 plus UTD Matching, Sept. 2003 - Aug.2007, 10%.
  • The Development of Trustworthy Computing Course, PI (E. Sha), Microsoft, $50,000,2005 - Present, 5%.
  • Embedded Systems Research, PI (E. Sha), Wind River, Wind River University Program Grant, Platform Software for Network Equipment, and Development Tools for VxWorks, $100,000, 2004 - Present, 2%.
  • Embedded Systems Design and Optimization, PI (E. Sha), Altera Corporation, Altera University Program Grant, QUARTUS II development suites, $22,000, 2006 - Present, 2%.
  • Hong Kong, Research Grant Council, CO-PI (with Bin Xiao), RGC PolyU A-PA2F, To Provide Network Security from the Prevention of Buffer Overflows to the Early-stage Detection of DDoS Attacks, HK $150,000, Aug. 2005 - July 2007, 3% in summer.
  • Hong Kong, Research Grant Council, Competitive Earmarked Research Grant (CERG), CO-PI (with Bin Xiao), CERG B-Q02S, Early Detection and Effective Counteraction of DDoS attacks at the Victim Server Side, HK $534,000, Jan. 2007 - Dec. 2009, 3% in summer.
  • NSFC, PI, NSFC-60728206, Exploring Integrated Optimizations for Embedded Soft- ware on Parallel Systems, Overseas Distinguished Young Scholar (B), National Natural Science Foundation of China, RMB$400,000, 2007 - 2010, 5% in summer.
  • Hong Kong, Research Grant Council, Competitive Earmarked Research Grant (CERG), CO-PI (with Zili Shao), CERG B-Q60B, Compiler-Assisted Scheduling Techniques for Energy Saving on Parallel Embedded Systems, HK $648,000, Jan.2008 - Dec. 2010, 3% in summer.

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