EUGENE B. SHRAGOWITZ
Professor

Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Office Phone: (612) 625 - 3368
Office Fax: (612) 625 - 0572
E-mail: shragowi@cs.umn.edu
SPECIALTIES

Computer Engineering

Computer-Aided Design

Computer Architecture

Simulation

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

"Transaction-based Waveform Analysis for IP Selection", J.Liu, E. Shragowitz, Proceedings of the ASP-DAC , to appear, 2003.

"Net Criticality Revisited: An Effective Method to Improve Timing in Physical Design", H. Chang, E. Shragowitz, J. Liu, H. Youssef, B. Lu, S. Sutanthavibul, Proceedings of the International Symposium on Physical Design (ISPD) , Pages 155-160, 2002.

"Combining Hierarchical Filtering, Fuzzy Logic, and Simulation with Software Agents for IP (Intellectual Property) Selection in Electronic Design ", J. Liu, E. Shragowitz, W-T. Tsai, International Journal on Artificial Intelligence Tools, vol.10, no. 3, Pages 303-323, 2001.

"Wire Segmenting for Buffer Insertion Based on RSTP-MSP ", B. Lu, J. Gu, X-D. Hu, E. Shragowitz, }Theoretical Computer Science A, 262 (1-2), Pages 257-267, 2001.

"Overshoot and Undershoot Control for Transmission Line Interconnects", E. Shragowitz, J. Lee. Proceedings of IEEE Electronic Components and Technology Conference (ECTC99), 99.

"Synthesis of High-Speed Interconnects Under Constraints on Timing and Signal Integrity", E. Shragowitz, J. Lee. Proceedings of IEEE Electronic Components and Technology Conference (ECTC98), Pages 622-626, 98.

"Application of Fuzzy Logic in Computer-Aided VLSI Design ", E. Shragowitz, J.-Y. Lee, and E. Kang, IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems}, vol.6, no. 1, Pages 163-172, 98.

My current research interests are in CAD of electronic systems, soft computing and combinatorial optimization. In CAD we are developing methods, algorithms and software tools for automated design of chips, multichip modules, and printed circuit boards. Our algorithms and tools were used by industry for design of the most advanced electronic systems. Lately we concentrate on design-reuse issues, ranging from IP selection problem to equivalence verification problem emerging in design-reuse. We are actively working on timing and signal purity aspects of physical design on all levels. This work requires application of variety of mathematical techniques ranging from solving of systems of partial differential equations to advanced optimization techniques and soft computing. CAD systems belong to the category of the largest and the most complex software systems. Final products of our research very often have a form of very large computer programs. We also are working on application of fuzzy logic for solving of CAD problems. Fuzzy logic and other soft computing techniques allow to address the problems which are poorly handled by traditional mathematical methods. Our research also includes high level synthesis and other aspects of design automation. Because many design problems are combinatorial in nature we are actively researching algorithms for combinatorial optimization, specifically in the areas with the direct applications in CAD.

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

    Ph.D., 1971, National Scientific Research Laboratory. Moskow, Russia, Computer Science.

    M.S., 1958, College of Electrical Engineers, St. Petersburg, Russia, Electrical Engineering.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

    Senior Staff Scientist, College of Engineering and Economics, St. Petersburg, Russia

    Professor, College of Engineering and Economics, St. Petersburg, Russia

    Professor, Univeristy of Minnesota

INDUSTRIAL/CONSULTING EXPERIENCE

    Design Engineer (Analog and Digital Electronics)

    Chief Engineer of one of the first computer centers

    Senior Network Engineer (NCR Comten)

    Techniclal Consultant (Advanced CAD Department, Control Data Corporation)

RECENT RESEARCH SUPPORT

    NSF, Intel

Mailing address:
EUGENE B. SHRAGOWITZ
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
University of Minnesota
4-192 Electrical Engineering/Computer Science Building
200 Union Street S.E.
Minneapolis, MN 55455

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