NASA Office of Logic Design

NASA Office of Logic Design

A scientific study of the problems of digital engineering for space flight systems,
with a view to their practical solution.

2006 MAPLD International Conference

Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center
with a session at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

Washington, D.C.

September 26-28, 2006

John Lach

Charles L. Brown Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Virginia


John Lach received the B.S. (1996) from Stanford University and the M.S. (1998) and Ph.D. (2000) in Electrical Engineering from UCLA. While at UCLA, he twice received the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences Dean's Award. Since 2000, he has been an Assistant Professor in the Charles L. Brown Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the University of Virginia. He received the 2001-2002 University of Virginia Teaching Fellowship and the 2002-2003 Electrical and Computer Engineering New Faculty Teaching Award. He is an Associate Editor for IEEE Transactions on Computers. He is the General Chair of GLSVLSI 2005 and served as that conference's Technical Program Committee Co-Chair and Publicity Chair in 2004 and 2003, respectively. He is on the Technical Program Committee for ICCD, CASES, GLSVLSI, and MAPLD, and he served as the guest editor for a special issue of the ACM Transactions on Embedded Computing Systems. He has been the PI or co-PI on over seven grants and has published over 35 papers. His primary research interests include dynamically adaptable and real time embedded systems, CAD techniques for VLSI, general purpose and application specific processor design, intellectual property protection, and wearable technologies for aged independence. He is a member of the IEEE, ACM, IEEE Computer Society, IEEE Circuits and Systems Society, IEEE VLSI Systems and Applications Technical Committee, ACM SIGDA, and Eta Kappa Nu.

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