BASc, MASc and PhD (Toronto)
Office: KAIS 4016
Phone: (604) 822-0247
Fax: (604) 822-9506
Guy Lemieux is a Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at UBC. His main research is in the design of FPGAs and CAD tools. His interests include FPGA architecture and CAD, FPGA and VLSI circuit design, computer architecture, and parallel computing systems. His work on interconnect design for FPGAs resulted in a book, published in 2003. He received a Best Paper Award at the 2004 IEEE International Conference on Field-Programmable Technology. He received a Bronze Leaf Certificate paper award at the 2008 CMC Microsystems and Nanoelectronics Research Conference. Some of his past work on multiprocessing can be found at the University of Toronto.
Programmable logic and computing systems, multiprocessor and computer architecture.
- CPEN 211 – Introduction to Microcomputers
- CPEN 391 – Computer Systems Design Studio II
- CPEN 312 – Digital Systems and Microcomputers
- CPEN 311 – Digital Systems Design
- CPEN 411 – Computer Architecture
- CPEN 512 – Parallel and Reconfigurable Computer
- Electrical Engineering Seminar and Special Problems – PRLEL&RECNFG CMP