PhD Candidate


Department of Information Technology,

University of Turku.

Joukahaisenkatu 3-5 B,

Turku 20520, Finland.


+358 (2) 333-7980

Office: ICT building, Room B5087

Mohammad Fattah




Curriculum Vitae



About Me


I am currently a doctoral researcher in department of Information Technology, at University of Turku (Turun yliopisto).

My research focus is "Run-time resource management of Many-Core Systems", at the Embedded Computer and Electronic Systems (ECES).

I am carrying out my research under supervision of Juha Plosila, Pasi Liljeberg, and Hannu Tenhunen.






To advance the way computer systems work today from software/hardware architecture to electronics design such that they enable new scientific discoveries and offer new opportunities towards making the world a better place to live.






RESEarch Interests


      Computer architecture. Parallel architectures.

      Near-data processing. Massively parallel architectures.

      Ultra low power microprocessors.

      Bio-inspired processing. Alternative computing paradigms.

      Fault-tolerant and fault-aware system design.

      Scalable methods for Multi-/Many-core design and management.










Our paper is nominated for the best paper award in 9th International Symposium on Networks-on-Chip (NOCS), 2015.

September 2015



Our paper "A Low-Overhead, Fully-Distributed, Guaranteed-Delivery Routing Algorithm for Faulty Network-on-Chips," got accepted in 9th International Symposium on Networks-on-Chip (NOCS), 2015.

June 2015



I won the Ulla Tuominen foundation grant for electronics, software and telecommunications research, education and promotion of innovation.

May 2015



This Autumn, I will act as lecturer at "Multiprocessor Architectures" course.

September 2014



Our paper "SHiFA: System-Level Hierarchy in Run-Time Fault-Aware Management of Many-Core Systems," got accepted in 51st Design Automation Conference (DAC), 2014.

January 2014