Marc Riedel

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Marc Riedel

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Marc Riedel is Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Digital Technology Centery at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Campus. He is pursuing research in logic synthesis and computational biology.

Education

He received his Ph.D. and his M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering at Caltech and his B.Eng. in Electrical Engineering with a Minor in Mathematics at McGill University.

Awards

His Ph.D. dissertation, titled Cyclic Combinational Circuits, received the Charles H. Wilts Prize for the best doctoral research in Electrical Engineering at Caltech. His paper The Synthesis of Cyclic Combinational Circuits received the Best Paper Award at the Design Automation Conference (DAC).

Industry

He has held positions at Marconi Canada, CAE Electronics, Toshiba and Fujitsu Research Labs.

Personal

Photos and links from Marc's life outside of academia: Personal Pages.

Contact Information

  • Email: If my name were John Smith, and I were at the University of Middle Earth, my email would be jsmith@ume.edu.
  • Phone: (612) 625-6086
  • Fax: (612) 625-4583
  • Office: room 4-167 EE/CS Bldg.
  • Mail: room 4-174 EE/CS Bldg.
  • Packages: room 2-130 EE/CS Bldg.
  • Address: 200 Union St. S.E., Minneapolis, MN 55455