Dimitrios Soudris

Associate Professor   Division of Computer Science


Brief Biography


Dr. Dimitrios Soudris received his diploma and PhD in Electrical Engineering from the University of Patras in 1987 and 1992, respectively. He worked as a Lecturer, Assist. and Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Democritus University of Thrace for thirteen years from 1995 until 2008. Today, he works as an Associate Professor in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the National Technical University of Athens. He has published more than 400 papers in international journals and conferences, holds two international patents and his research has been cited > 2400 times. Also, he is the author and editor of eight books Kluwer and Springer. He is group leader of Embedded Systems group in Microprocessor and Digital systems Lab, which consists of six Senior Investigators and eight Ph.D students.

He is project coordinator and/or and principal investigator in numerous research & development projects (45 >) funded by the European Commission, ENIAC-JU, European Space Agency, the Greek Goverment and the European and Greek Industry. He has served as General Chair and Program Chair of PATMOS 1999 & 2000, General Chair of IFIP VLSI-SOC 2008, PARMA 2011 & 2013 & Workshop, (co-) General Chair of HiPEAC CSW 2014 and Program Chair SAMOS 2016. He is also member of technical program committees in several international conferences.

His work received award from INTEL and IBM for the results of the project of LPGD #25256 and awards from Int. Conf. VLSI 2005 and ASP-DAC 05 for the results of the project IST-2001-34379 AMDREL, HiPEAC award for DAC '10 paper for the project MNEMEE 216224 and DAC '13 for project ENIAC TOISE-282557-2 and recently, award from XILINX in OPEN HARDWARE Design Contest 2017.

He is member of IEEE, ACM and HiPEAC.

Research Interests

  • Hardware & Software Design of Embedded Systems
  • Reconfigurable Architectures (FPGAs)
  • ow Power Design of VLSI integrated circuits
  • Methodologies and Design of DSP applications
  • Design of Hardware Accelerators for Data Centers, Space and Cloud Applications
  • Parallel/Systolic Architectures

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