Dr. Sohum Sohoni, Assistant Professor
407 Engineering South
School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Oklahoma State University
(405) 744 8040
Dr. Sohoni is an Assistant Professor in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Oklahoma State University. He received his PhD in computer engineering from the University of Cincinnati in 2004 and his Bachelors in electrical engineering from COEP, Pune University in 1998.
Dr. Sohoni’s research interests are broadly in the area of computer architecture and performance analysis. His primary field of research is the cache memory performance of memory-intensive applications. Besides mainstream cache memory systems, his research spans embedded systems, multimedia applications, and secure architectures. He has published in highly ranked peer-reviewed conferences and journals such as ACM SIGMETRICS and the IEEE Transactions on Computers. His research is supported by the National Science Foundation and the Department of Justice through the Center for Telecommunications and Network Security at OSU. He has recently expanded his research interests to include engineering education, and has published his work at ASEE’s national conference and ASEE’s Midwest section conference. He advises several undergraduate, M.S., and PhD students.
Dr. Sohoni believes that classroom instruction needs to incorporate the presentation techniques of today, as well as interactive teaching methodologies such as case studies and team learning. He is a popular and well-respected instructor, and recently received the CEAT Halliburton Excellent Young Teacher Award (2009) and the Regents Distinguished Teaching Award (2010).
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