A New IEEE Fellow Named Among UC Irvine Engineers

Harut Barsamian recognized for contributions to computer architecture, dynamic microprogramming, and associative search algorithms

The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers recently named Harut Barsamian, an adjunct professor in electrical engineering and computer science, an IEEE Life Fellow, recognized for his outstanding contributions to computer architecture, dynamic microprogramming, and associative search algorithms. 


Barsamian’s research interests include computer systems architecture, massively parallel computing and supercomputers, and his work has been recognized by numerous scientific and engineering communities, both nationally and internationally.  


He is currently a member of the IEEE Computer Society Golden Core, the New York Academy of Sciences, and the Engineering Academy of Armenia. Barsamian was also a recipient of the Jubilee Medal from the International Academy of Engineering.  Recently, he was selected by Marquis “Who’s Who in Science and Engineering,” for his research accomplishments and continual contributions to the engineering field.

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