Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engg
Stevens Institute of Technology
Email: nganesan at stevens dot edu
AboutI joined Stevens in Fall of 2011 as assistant professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, leading our research efforts in Mathematical Modeling of complex biological networks via Heterogeneous Computing and Mathematical Modeling. Heterogeneous computing devices(GPUs, FPGAs, multicore systems and distributed systems) offer tremendous advanges in terms of handling problems with widely different characteristics. Powerful mathematical modeling techniques combined with diverse computing architecture systems greatly enables us to study problems from every walk of life. Please visit our group webpage Heterogeneous Computing and Mathematical Modeling for more information.
Ph. D, Dept. of Electrical and Systems Engineering,
Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO 2002 – Dec 2006
M.S, Dept. of Systems Science and Mathematics,
Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO 2000 – 2002
- B. Tech, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India 1996 – 2000
- High Performance Computing(Massively Parallel, Multicore, FPGA, hybrid computing).
- Bioinformatics, Systems and Computational Biology.
- Experimental/Theoretical Quantum Control & Quantum Computation
- Quantum Information Theory
- Robotics and Automation/Wireless Communications.
- Mathematical Systems Theory
- Spring 2013
- Fall 2012
- Summer 2012
- Digital Design - CPE 487
- ECOES Summer Program
- Spring 2012
- Advanced Engineering Mathematics SU 2007,SP 2008.
- Robotics Laboratory Spring 2008 Fall 2005, 2004, 2003.
- Robotics: Dynamics and Control.
Co-Taught: Linear Dynamic Systems I and II, Discrete Event Simulation, Probability and Statistics, Engineering Mathematics, Robotics : Dynamics and Control, Numerical Methods,