James C. Hoe is a professor of electrical and computer engineering. He received his Ph.D. in EECS from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2000 (S.M., 1994). He received his B.S. in EECS from UC Berkeley in 1992. He is interested in many aspects of computer architecture and digital hardware design, including the specific areas of FPGA architecture for computing, digital signal processing hardware, and high-level hardware design and synthesis. He is a Fellow of IEEE.
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2000 Ph.D., Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

1992 BS, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of California, Berkeley

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CMU Engineering

Crossroads for data

The Intel/VMware Crossroads 3D-FPGA Academic Research Center has been formed to determine the role of FPGAs in extending the performance and efficiency of future datacenters

CyLab Security and Privacy Institute

CyLab faculty named Intel’s 2021 Outstanding Researchers

CyLab faculty Justine Sherry, Vyas Sekar, and James Hoe have been selected among the winners of Intel’s 2021 Outstanding Researcher Award.

CyLab Security and Privacy Institute

World’s fastest open-source intrusion detection is here

Researchers in Carnegie Mellon University’s CyLab have developed the fastest-ever open-source intrusion detection system—one that achieves speeds of 100 gigabits per second using a single server.

CMU Engineering

CONIX Center

The CONIX Center is creating the architecture for networked computing to better connect edge devices to the cloud in the IoT.

CMU Engineering

Smarter networks to connect the edge to the cloud

Carnegie Mellon University will lead a $27.5 million Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC) initiative to build more intelligence into computer networks.