Siddhartha Chatterjee

Professor of Instruction
Sid Chatterjee is a member of the teaching faculty. He is a seasoned executive with 25+ years of work experience at large and small companies, industrial and government research labs, and academia. He is an entrepreneurial and driven leader possessing a unique combination of technical, business, and general management skills. He enjoys working at the intersection of technology and business, and de-mystifying advanced technology for non-technical audiences.

Select Publications

S. Chatterjee, L. R. Bachega, et al., Design and exploitation of a high-performance SIMD floating-point unit for BlueGene/L, IBM J. R&D, 49 (2/3), 377–392.

T. Agerwala and S. Chatterjee, Computer Architecture: Challenges and Opportunities for the Next Decade, IEEE Micro 25(3), 58–69.

S. Chatterjee, A. R. Lebeck, P. K. Patnala, M. Thottethodi, Recursive Array Layouts and Fast Matrix Multiplication, IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, 13(11), 1105–1123.

S. Sen, S. Chatterjee, N. Dumir, Towards a Theory of Cache-Efficient Algorithms, J. ACM, 49(6), 828–858.

S. Chatterjee, J. R. Gilbert, R. Schreiber, S.-H. Teng, Optimal Evaluation of Array Expressions on Massively Parallel Machines, ACM Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems, 17(1), 123–156.