Dr. Bobda is Professor of Computer Engineering at the University of Arkansas, in Fayetteville, AR. Dr. Bobda received the Licence in mathematics from the University of Yaounde, Cameroon, in 1992, the diploma of computer science and the Ph.D. degree (Summa Cum Laude) in computer science from the University of Paderborn in Germany in 1999 and 2003 respectively. In June 2003 he joined the department of computer science at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg in Germany as Post doc. In 2005 Dr. Bobda was appointed Assistant Professor at the University of Kaiserslautern, Germany where set the research lab for self-organizing embedded systems that he led until October 2007 before being promoted to Professor at University of Potsdam in 2007. Dr. Bobda led the working Group Computer Engineering at the University of Potsdam until 2010 when he accepted a faculty position as associate professor at the University of Arkansas where he founded the smart embedded systems lab. Dr. Bobda was tenured and promoted to the rank of full professor at the University of Arkansas in 2016.
Dr. Bobda research interests include embedded systems, system on chip and system on FPGA, computer architecture, with application in embedded imaging, high-performance computing and cyber security. Dr. Bobda’s research has been sponsored by multiple national and international organizations including the National Science Foundation (NSF), the Air Force Research Lab, the Navy, the German Research Association (DFG) and the German French University.
Dr. Bobda received the best dissertation award 2003 from the University of Paderborn for his work on synthesis of reconfigurable systems using temporal partitioning and temporal placement, the test 2014 Test of Time Award SBCCI Conference: Task Scheduling for Heterogeneous Reconfigurable Computers, the 2012 HiPEAC Paper Award 2012 at ACM/EDAC/IEEE Design Automation Conference (DAC 2012) in San Francisco, California, June 2012 and the 2011 3rd place Best Paper Awards Fifth ACM/IEEE International Conference on Distributed Smart Cameras (ICDSC 2011)
Dr. Bobda is Senior Member of the ACM and member of the IEEE Computer Society. He is also in the program committee of several conferences (FPL, FCCM, FPT, RAW, RSP, ERSA, RECOSOC, DRS, ICDSC), the DATE executive committee as proceedings chair (2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010). He served as reviewer of several journals (IEEE TC, IEEE TVLSI, IEEE TECS, ACM TODES, IEEE TRETS, Elsevier Journal of Microprocessor and Microsystems, Integration the VLSI Journal) and conferences (DAC, DATE, FPL, FPT, SBCCI, RAW, RSP, ERSA, ICDSC, DASIP), as guest editor of the Elsevier Journal of Microprocessor and Microsystems and member of the editorial board of the Hindawi International Journal of Reconfigurable Computing. Dr. Bobda is the author of one of the first most comprehensive books in the rapidly growing field of Reconfigurable Computing.
Dr. Bobda has worked with the ACM student chapter at the University of Arkansas from 2011 to 2015 in the organization of the computer science and computer engineering colloquium as well as the international exchange program. This program has seen the participation of the Technical University of Munich in Germany, the engineering college ESIREM in Dijon, France, the University of Chemnitz in Germany, the Ecole Polytechnique in Cameroon, the University Alianza Popular Revolucionaria in Coyoacán, México. From 2010 to 2014, more than 30 students from the previous listed Universities were hosted as intern in Dr. Bobda’s lab.
Dr. Bobda has published more than 150 papers in leading journals and conferences, has a citation count and his work has been downloaded more than 9000 times.
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Advances In System Isolation For Cyber Attack Mitigation
The increasing global availability of broadband access to the Internet has led to the creation and distribution of malicious software and financially-oriented underground economies of criminals....
- Architecture Virtualization on Field Programmable Gate Arrays For High-Performance Computing and Productivity ImprovementThe continuous decreasing size of transistors and the capability of packing more transistors on smaller area has led the transition from high-clocked single processors to multicores. However,...
- Automatic Generation of Hardware Sandboxes for Hardware Trojan Mitigation in Systems on ChipEmbedded systems operate at the heart of many systems such as planes, unmanned aerial systems (UAS), autonomous ground vehicles, communication systems, and weaponry. The design of embedded systems...
- Dynamic Legacy Code Migration Through Binary-Synthesis on Heterogeneous Multiprocessor on ChipsThe constant improvement in chip and processor technology poses a major challenge to organizations with enterprise-class legacy software, which need to be run on constantly evolving architectures...
- System-Level Design of System-on-Chip-Based Embedded Smart CamerasThe use of cameras has become a promising alternative to conventional range sensors due to their advantages in size, cost, and accuracy. In many applications, particularly in camera sensor networks,...
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- Architecture Virtualization on Field Programmable Gate Arrays For High-Performance Computing and Productivity Improvement