Haldun Hadimioglu

Industry Professor
Computer Science and Engineering

Office: 849 at 370 Jay Street
Phone: (646) 997-3101
Fax: (646) 997-3136
haldun@ nyu.edu                                                                                                                 

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My schedule in fall 201


My tentative fall 2019 Schedule which may change as the semester progresses

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
8:30 - 9:30   CS 2204 Lecture RH 215 (9 AM)   CS 2204 Lecture RH 215 (9 AM)  
9:30 - 10:30   CS 2204 Lecture RH 215   CS 2204 Lecture RH 215  
10:30 - 11:30          
11:30 -12:30        

CS 2204 Lab C RH 227

12:30 - 1:30         CS 2204 Lab C RH 227
1:30 - 2:30         CS 2204 Lab C RH 227
2:30 - 3:30  

CS 2204 Lab B RH 227


CS 2204 Lab A RH 227

3:30 - 4:30   CS 2204 Lab B RH 227     CS 2204 Lab A RH 227
4:30 - 5:30   CS 2204 Lab B RH 227     CS 2204 Lab A RH 227
5:30 - 6:30     CS 6133 Lecture JAB 775B (6 PM)    
6:30 - 7:30     CS 6133 Lecture JAB 775B    
7:30 - 8:30     CS 6133 Lecture JAB 775B  



Fall 2019

Please read this section frequently for announcements

All students : Please register for the lecture AND a lab section !

Please do NOT ask me for a permission code.  Please see your advisor !
  • There are one lecture section and three lab sections.
    • If you cannot register because the lab section is closed, please try to rearrange your schedule to register to another lab section.home page (http://cse.poly.edu/haldun) :  home page (http://cse.poly.edu/haldun) :   
      • If you want to register to a closed section because you cannot rearrange your schedule :
        • Please speak with CS advisor Ms. Susana Garcia (sgarcia@nyu.edu)
          • Her office : 862 at 370 Jay Street.  
        • Otherwise, please see Ms. Richard Toth (rtoth@nyu.edu) or your major advisor.
      • Often students change their schedule and a closed section becomes open and students can register to CS2204.  
        • Even, in the first week of the semester a closed section becomes open. Therefore, please keep in touch with your advisor.

Please do NOT rush to register to the course !  Please go through the lines below and do the work asked !





Past Work


My research interests include computer architecture, parallel processing, reconfigurable systems, nano systems, application-specific processors, and networking.  Specifically, novel computing systems, memory hierarchy issues and I/O.  My past work includes hardware security, network processors, WDM ATM optical switch design, packet classification and switching.  My teaching interests include computer architecture, parallel processing and digital logic.   I received the Polytechnic Institute of NYU Distinguished Teacher award in 2004.  In addition, I received the Faculty of the Year Award in 2011, the Nick Russo Memorial Helping Hands Award in 2007, the Dedicated Faculty Award in 1995 and the Outstanding Faculty Award in 1993.

My Ph. D. degree is in Computer Science from Polytechnic Institute of NYU (now Tandon School of Engineering of NYU).  The Ph.D. work was on parallel I/O, specifically a parallel disk system and the associated file server for the hypercube computer. My B.S. and M.S. degrees are in Electrical Engineering from Middle East Technical University, METU, Ankara, Turkey.


Computer Science and Engineering
NYU Tandon School of Engineering
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Brooklyn, New York 11201

Department of Computer Science and Engineering
NYU Tandon School of Engineering