Abu Asaduzzaman

Abu Asaduzzaman

Institution/Organization: Wichita State University

Department: Electrical and Computer Engineering

Academic Status: Faculty


Abu Asaduzzaman (born 1969, Bangladesh) is an Associate Professor of Computer Engineering in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Wichita State University, Kansas, USA. Dr. Asaduzzaman received his Ph.D. and M.S. degrees, both in Computer Engineering, from Florida Atlantic University, Florida, USA. His research interests include computer architecture, high-performance computing, data analytics, and embedded systems. He has authored more than 20 refereed journal articles and more than 95 peer-reviewed conference papers out of his research work. Dr. Asaduzzaman serves as a reviewer of National Science Foundation (NSF) programs and IEEE/ACM journals. He has received research grants from Kansas NSF, Nvidia, NetApp, and other organizations. He serves as a Program/International Committee Member of IEEE/ACM conferences. Dr. Asaduzzaman is a senior member of the IEEE, and member of the ASEE and the honor society of Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Upsilon Pi Epsilon, Golden Key, etc. As an invited speaker, he has presented his research work in professional forum at Old Dominion University in Virginia, USA and Bogazici University in Turkey; and the International Conferences in Bangladesh, Japan, Sri Lanka, and Thailand. Currently he serves as the Undergraduate Program Director in his department.


My motivation for participating in this SRP-HPC Workshop with the DoE Exascale Computing Project (ECP) is twofold. First, it is a great opportunity for us (my students and me) to work with researchers from prestigious organizations. Through this program, we will work on state-of-the-art research challenges that will help us discover solutions and address newly evolved cross-disciplinary issues with high performance computing. Second, it is a chance for us to use our knowledge and skills and help the host research lab develop sustainable research pathways. This program will help us become an active part of a community of scholars from diverse backgrounds.