Ahmad (Sasan) Golchin

PhD Student

I joined Boston University in September 2017 as a Computer Science Ph.D. fellow, and now I'm a member of the Systems Lab and conduct my research/teaching duties under the advisement of professor Rich West. I was born and raised in Iran and did my undergrads in Computer Engineering there. I moved to Italy and did my M.Sc. in CS with the focus of Computer Architecture and Embedded Systems at Politecnico di Milano. Coming from an engineering background, I'm passionate about building systems from scratch and preferably in a scientifically sound way. I have built my own programming language, compiler, web server, and operating system. My research interests include the design of real-time systems on modern embedded systems focusing on cyber-physical applications such as driverless cars and autonomous flight systems.
Link to My Resume

Research Interests

Operating Systems

Real-time Systems

Embedded Systems

Education

2017 - No one knows!

PhD - Computer Science

Boston University

United States, Boston

2014 - 2017

MSc - Computer Science

Politecnico di Milano

Italy, Milan

2008 - 2012

BSc - Computer Engineering

Sheikh Bahaee University

Iran, Esfahan

Teaching

CS410 - Advanced Software Systems (Fall 2018) - course info - lab materials

CS210 - Computer Systems (Fall 2017)

Publications

Ahmad Golchin, Zhuoqun Cheng and Richard West, "Tuned Pipes: End-to-end Throughput and Delay Guarantees for USB Devices", in Proceedings of the 39th IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium (RTSS), Nashville, Tennessee, USA, December 11-14, 2018

Ahmad Golchin and Ahmad Baraani, "Wing+ Web-Application Development Framework", International Journal of Distributed and Parallel Systems (IJDPS), 2(6), 179-190, November 2011