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Jonathan Phillips

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Electrical and Computer Engineering

Contact Information

Go toOffice Location: EL 260
DialPhone: 435-797-2581
SendEmail: jonathan.phillips@usu.edu


Educational Background

PhD, Electrical Engineering, Utah State University, 2008
Deriving Application-specific Architectures for Mission Planning and Scheduling Algorithms in the Space Environment
MS, Electrical Engineering, Utah State University, 2004
An Automatic Conversion of CSP to Handel C
BS, Electronics Engineering Technology, Brigham Young University, 2000

Expertise

His expertise and interests arein the fields of Embedded Systems, Digital Design, Microcontrollers, Field-Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs), Algorithm Acceleration, Compilers, and Artificial Intelligence.


Teaching Interests

• Embedded Hardware and Software • Field-Programmable Gate Arrays • Computer Architectures • Digital Design • Hardware Description Languages • Sensors and Sensor Interfacing • Hardware acceleration of software algorithms • Compilers • Artificial Intelligence • Networking / Internet of Things • Teaching

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    Publications - Books & Book Chapters

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          Publications - Journal Articles

            Academic Journal

          • Phillips, J., (2009). Methodology to derive context adaptable architectures for FPGAs. IET Transactions on Computers and Digital Techniques, 3:1, 124-141. doi: 10.1049/iet-cdt:20070099

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          Publications - Literary Journal

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            Publications - MultiMedia

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              Publications - Technical Reports

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                  Publications - Other

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                    Scheduled Teaching

                    ECE 1400 - Computer Programming for Electrical and Computer Engineers I, Spring 2018

                    ECE 1410 - Computer Programming for Electrical and Computer Engineers II, Spring 2018

                    ECE 5780, 6780 - Embedded Real-Time Systems, Spring 2018


                    Graduate Students Mentored