Manolis G.H. Katevenis
Department of Computer Science,
University of Crete;
Computer Architecture and VLSI Systems (CARV) Laboratory, and
Institute of Computer Science (ICS),
Foundation for Research & Technology - Hellas (FORTH),
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+30 - 2822.214.171.124 (ICS office),
+30 - 2810.39.35.64 (CSD office),
Fax: +30 - 28126.96.36.199
Address (Postal and Courier):
FORTH-ICS, 100 Plastira Ave, Vassilika Vouton, Heraklion, Crete,
UoC-CSD Visiting Address and Office Hours:
Room K329, Computer Science Building;
Mondays and Wednesdays 12:10 - 13:15
(preferably, call or email before coming, for confirmation and appointment).
FORTH-ICS Visiting Address: Room C-149, Central Building (A),
ICS, FORTH Campus
local and travel info, from HiPEAC'11).
Areas of Interest:
Scalable, Low-Power, Multicore/Multiprocessor/Microserver System Architecture
for Data-Center, High-Performance, and Embedded Computing;
Interprocessor Communication and Memory Architecture;
Interconnection Network and Packet Switch Architecture;
Academia Europaea -
The Academy of Europe
(see also www.AE-Info.org
for more information of general interest)
Member of the Steering Committee of the
European Network of Excellence (NoE) on
High-Perfomance and Embedded Architecture and Compilation (HiPEAC)
Co-founder of the
European Research Center on Computer Architecture (EuReCCA)
– now evolved into
Stelios Pichoridis Award
for Outstanding Univesity Teaching
– jointly with Charalampos Katerinopoulos –
University of Crete, 2015:
Lecture Slides [PDF]
Award by the Secretary General of the Region of Crete, 2003
– jointly with Stelios Orphanoudakis
and Panos Constantopoulos –
as the Principal Organizers of the Department of Computer Science,
University of Crete.
ACM Doctoral Dissertation Award 1984
"For his dissertation
Reduced Instruction Set Computer Architectures for VLSI."
In 2015, the RISC Project was recognized as an IEEE Milestone.
Detailed Curriculum Vitae (HTML version of Fall 2014)
[or PDF version];
and full lists of:
(or Greek version)
(or very short version).
Older (March 2011) list of
Publications by topic,
with pointers to the corresponding project pages.
CS-120: Digital Design
(Fall semesters - F'15 and older, since 2002).
CS-225: Computer Organization
(Sp'15, Sp'14, and many spring semesters since the late 80's).
CS-534: Packet Switch Architecture
(graduate course - Sp'15 with N. Chrysos;
Sp'13, and most spring semesters since the mid-90's)
[obsolete 2nd copy].
CS-121: Electric Circuits
(Sp'12, Sp'11, Sp'10)
CS-425: Computer Architecture
(F'06; F'04; F'03; F'00; F'99, F'96, and older).
CS-422: Introduction to VLSI Systems
(F'02, F'00, F'99, Sp'98, and older).
© Copyright 1998-2016 Manolis Katevenis.
Last updated: Jan. 2016.