Moinuddin K. Qureshi
Professor, School of Computer Science
Research Interests: Computer Architecture, Memory Systems, Hardware Security, and Quantum Computing
Email: moin at gatech dot edu
Office: KACB 2312, 266 Ferst Drive, Atlanta GA 30332
I usually teach the following courses:
Previously, I have taught the following courses:
My Research Group
I am fortunate to work with a group of very smart and incredibly dedicated PhD students.
Check out the website of my research group: Memory Systems Lab
A link to my Google Scholar and DBLP pages.
Highly Cited Articles
A more up-to-date list of my (recent) publications is available here and some of our on-going projects are listed here
Approved U.S. Patents
A list of approximately two-dozen or so approved patents that I have invented or co-invented is available here
Short Bio: Moinuddin Qureshi is a Professor of Computer Science at the Georgia Institute of Technology. His research interests include computer architecture, hardware security, and quantum computing. Qureshi received his Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin in 2007. He was a research scientist at the IBM T. J. Watson Research Center (2007-2011), where he developed the caching algorithms for Power 7 Systems. Qureshi received the 2022 ACM SIGARCH Maurice Wilkes Award for contributions to high-performance memory systems. He is a member of Hall-of-Fame of the trifecta of architecture conferences: ISCA, MICRO, and HPCA. His research has been recognized with multiple best-paper awards and multiple IEEE Top-Picks awards. His papers were also awarded the 2019 NVMW Persistent Impact Prize and 2021 NVMW Persistent Impact Prize, in recognition of "exceptional impact on the fields of study related to non-volatile memories". Qureshi received the 2020 "Outstanding Researcher Award" from Intel and an "Outstanding Technical Achievement Award" from IBM Research.