Dr. Khaldoon Mhaidat

Dr. Khaldoon Mhaidat

Associate professor

Dr. Khaldoon Mhaidat received his B.S. in electrical engineering from Jordan University of Science & Technology (JUST), Irbid, Jordan, in 1999, his M.S. in electrical and computer engineering from Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, USA, in 2002, and his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Oregon Graduate Institute at OHSU, Portland, Oregon, USA, in 2006. Between June 2003 and September 2006, he worked at Intel on design and test of special circuits and DFT features, and microarchitecture validation for Pentium 4 products (Prescott 90 nm and Cedarmill 65 nm) and also on the scaling of various circuits including memory controllers and I/O interfaces for Intel’s Core i7/i5/i3 products (Nehalem 45 nm and Westmere 32 nm). He is currently an associate professor in the computer engineering department at JUST and on sabbatical leave in the electrical engineering department at PSUT. Dr. Mhaidat is a reviewer and committee member for a number of international refereed conferences and journals. He was appointed by the IEEE computer society TTTC as the general co-chair of the 10th International Design and Test Symposium (IDT’15). He is the recipient of the IBM faculty award for his research on power management in many-core systems and the IEEE Computer Society TTTC Continuous Service Award in recognition of 10 years continuous service for IEEE International Design and Test Symposium. He has published many papers in international refereed conferences and journals and supervised and served in the committees of theses and projects of many graduate and undergraduate students. His research interests include VLSI, integrated circuits, power management, embedded systems, parallel computing, and cryptography.

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