Prof. Mark Hempstead

Mark Hempstead is an Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Tufts University. Prior to joining Tufts, he was the Junior Colehower Chair Assistant Professor at Drexel University. Prof. Hempstead received a BS in Computer Engineering from Tufts University and his MS and PhD in Engineering from Harvard University working with Professors David Brooks and Gu-Yeon Wei. He received the NSF CAREER award in 2014 and the Drexel College of Engineering Excellence in Research Award in 2014. He was honored for his achievements in teaching with the 2014 Drexel University Allen Rothwarf Award for Teaching Excellence given to one junior faculty member a year. He was the winner of the industry sponsored SRC student design contest in 2006 and Best Paper Nominee in HPCA 2012. Before beginning a faculty position, Dr. Hempstead spent five months in the Cambridge, UK R&D group of ARM Ltd.

Current PhD Students

Maziar Amiraski
Tufts University

Cesar Gomes
Tufts University

Alex Hankin
Tufts University

Mike Lui
Drexel University (co-advised with Baris Taskin)

Parnian Mokri
Tufts University

Karthik Sangaiah
Drexel University (co-advised with Baris Taskin)

David Werner
Tufts University

Current MS Students

Haiting Chan

Current Undergraduate Students

Diego Espinoza

Samuel Gertler


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