Gregory Donohoe, Ph.D.
College of Engineering
Campus Locations: Moscow
Professor, Chair of Computer Science
Ph.D, University of New Mexico, 1989
M.S., University of New Mexico, 1982
B.S., Lake Superior State University, Michigan, 1976
Embedded and reconfigurable computing
Energy-efficient embedded computing
High-performance computing for signal and image processing
High performance digital system design
Professional History: Greg has over 30 years of experience in research and development in computing systems for digital signal and image processing, seismic event detection, medical imaging, machine vision, and on-board computing for spacecraft. He was Senior Member of the Technical Staff at Sandia National Laboratories, has held faculty positions at the University of New Mexico and New Mexico Tech, was a deputy research program manager at the Air Force Research Laboratory, and Senior Scientist at Kestrel Corporation. He is the Computer Engineering program coordinator at the University of Idaho, and has collaborated with Computer Science faculty and students for several years. His research interests are low-power and reconfigurable computing architectures. Greg believes that the secret to a full life is a balance of interests and activities. He and his wife Mary particularly enjoy community music: Greg plays upright bass with the Hog Heaven Big Band and other local groups.
Research Interests: Embedded and reconfigurable computing, Energy-efficient embedded computing, High-performance computing for signal and image processing, High performance digital system design