Associate Department Chair & Professor
Professor Chamberlain is the Director of Computer Engineering Programs and teaches in the areas of digital systems, parallel processing, computer architecture, embedded systems, and reconfigurable logic.
Professor Chamberlain currently works with Exegy, Inc., a St. Louis firm commercializing university technology for fast disk searches. He also engages in significant consulting activities with BECS Technology; a St. Louis firm manufacturing microprocessor-based controls for a number of interesting application areas.
Professor Chamberlain's research interests include specialized computer architectures for a variety of applications (e.g., astrophysics and biology), high-performance parallel and distributed application development, energy-efficient computation, and high-capacity I/O systems.
Joseph G. Wingbermuehle, Ron K. Cytron, and Roger D. Chamberlain, "Optimization of Application-Specific Memories," IEEE Computer Architecture Letters, online April 2013.
Jonathan C. Beard and Roger D. Chamberlain, "Use of Simple Analytic Performance Models for Streaming Data Applications Deployed on Diverse Architectures," in Proc. of IEEE International Symposium on Performance Analysis of Systems and Software (ISPASS), April 2013, pp. 138-139.
Lin Ma, Kunal Agrawal, and Roger D. Chamberlain, "A Memory Access Model for Highly-threaded Many-core Architectures," in Proc. of IEEE 18th International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Systems (ICPADS), December 2012, pp. 339-347.
Shobana Padmanabhan, Yixin Chen, and Roger D. Chamberlain, "Convexity in Non-convex Optimizations of Streaming Applications," in Proc. of IEEE 18th International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Systems (ICPADS), December 2012, pp. 668-675.
Michael J. Hall, Viktor Gruev, and Roger D. Chamberlain, "Performance of a Resistance-To-Voltage Read Circuit for Sensing Magnetic Tunnel Junctions," in Proc. of 55th International Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems (MWSCAS), August 2012, pp. 639-642.