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My name is Robert Karam, and I am currently a PhD candidate in Computer Engineering at the University of Florida, a research assistant with the Florida Institute for Cyber Security, and biomedical engineer with the L. Stokes Cleveland VA Hospital Advanced Platform Technology Center.
I have diverse research interests in the areas of energy-efficient reconfigurable computing, algorithms and hardware for bioimplantable devices, and hardware security. I have published a number of articles in various international journals and conferences, most notably Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, Transactions on Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI) Systems, and the Proceedings of the IEEE. I have also served as a reviewer for several journals, including TCAD, TMSCS, JETCAS, and TETC, and for a number of conferences, including DAC, VLSI Design, and DATE.
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