PhD, Head of the VLSI Systems Research Center and
Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
departments at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology.
Dr Ginosar received his B.Sc. from the Technion and his
PhD in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Princeton
University. After conducting research at AT&T Bell
Laboratories, he joined the Technion faculty where he established
the VLSI Systems Research Center.
Professor Ginosar has been a visiting Associate Professor with
the University of Utah and co-initiated the Asynchronous
Architecture Research Project at Intel, where he worked on Intel's
asynchronous test chip. He has co-founded a number of companies: i
Sight, Ltd., an electronic imaging company, UltraGuide, Ltd., an
electronic medical device company, Mobilian Corporation, a wireless
fabless chip company that developed VLSI chip sets for wireless
modems, Trig Medical, an electronic medical device company, AI
Semi, a medical processor company, Plurality Ltd., a
multi´-processor core company, and NeuroVibes, a brain-computer
interface chips company.
Professor Ginosar has published numerous papers and his
inventions have resulted in a large number of patents. His research
interests include VLSI architecture, asynchronous logic and
synchronization, electronic imaging, networks-on-chip and
bio-chips. He is presently engaged in research of multiple aspects
of synchronization, partly in collaboration with IBM and with
Intel. He has taught a number of industrial courses on
synchronization since February 2003.
Professor Ginosar has been a member of the CEI-Europe Faculty
Synchronization and Interconnect in Multiple Clock Domain