Mastooreh (Negin) Salajegheh
I am a postdoctoral research associate in Department of Computer Science at University of Virginia, working with Dr. Kevin Skadron.
Before that, I was first a Ph.D. student and then a postdoc in the Computer Science department of UMass Amherst.
I worked with Dr. Kevin Fu and I was a member of SPQR group.
My research interests are broadly in low-power and trustworthy computing. My research reexamines digital abstractions to reduce energy consumption of low-power devices such as Computational RFIDs and medical devices while preserving program semantics.
For more information, check my publications.
TARDIS is accepted in USENIX Security 2012.
SMASH is one of the top four winners of UMass Innovation Challenge. News Release.
I attended the 2012 Google Grad CS Forum.
Half-wits gets published in ACM Transactions on Embedded Computing Systems (TECS), Special Issue on Probabilistic Embedded Computing 2012.
Ekho got accepted in HotPower'11.
I spent summer 2011 in Mircorosft Research Redmond as a research intern. Wonderful experience.
Half-Wits project wins the Oustanding Synthesis Project award.
SMASH memory for low-power devices is available for licensing.
IEEE Spectrum covers Half-Wits paper.
I served in the program committee of Symmetric Key Encryption Workshop 2011 (SKEW'11).
Half-wits paper gets accepted in USENIX FAST 2011.
- March'13, Invited talk, UCSB
- February'13, Invited talk, Johns Hopkins University
- September 20th, 2012: I have defended my thesis and finished the requirements for my PhD.
- TARDIS is slashdotted.
- Data Retention Voltage (DRV) fingerprinting paper is accepted in RFIDSec'12