Bagherzadeh is interested in hardware, software, and VLSI design of low-power and high performance computer systems for applications in mobile systems, computer graphics processing, 3D integrated circuits, memory structures, and integrated sensors.
B.S., University of Texas, Austin, Electrical Engineering, 1977
M.S., University of Texas, Austin, Electrical Engineering, 1979
Ph.D., University of Texas, Austin, Computer Engineering, 1987
His current research area is involved with the design of next generation System-on-Chip (SoC) based on the notion of Network-on-Chip (NoC) architecture for connecting 100's of cores on the same die. He has worked on low power routers, wired and wireless on-chip communication, mapping and scheduling algorithms, as well as the fault-tolerance aspects of the NoC architectures.
An extension of his work is to apply the NoC architectural concept for the design of 3D ICs where the communication among cores are not limited to the 2D substrate, and Through-Silicon Via (TSV) as well as wireless communication are utilized for a flexible and scalable design.