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Dr. Stein Ester
Fields of Research
Dr. Stein Ester
School of Computer Science
  • Reconfigurable Networks

  • Parallel Programming

  • Compiler Optimizations

Short Bio

Dr. Stein is a faculty member at the Academic College of Tel Aviv-Yaffo in the Computer Science Department.

She recieved a B.Sc. from the Technion, Haifa, Israel, in Computer Science. Dr. Stein received her M.Sc. and Ph.D. in Computer Science from Haifa University, Haifa, Israel.

Her main areas of research interest are Reconfigurable Networks, Parallel Programming and Compiler Optimizations.

Much of her work has been on improving the performance of programs by developing parallel architectural platforms including compiler optimizations for those platforms. 

She works currently on developing a reconfigurable network, which hopefully competes with the FPGA on computing Boolean Circuits faster.

Selected Publications

  1. Ben-Asher Y, Stein E, Tartakovsky V, (2021). FPGA Realization of the Reconfigurable Mesh Counting Algorithm. Journal of Circuits, system and Computers, Vol 30 No. 9.

  2. Ben-Asher Y, Stein E, (2019). Evaluation of Circuits on the Reconfigurable Mesh.  IEEE International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium Workshops, IPDPSW 2019. 

  3. Ben-Asher Y, Haber G, Stein E, (2017). A Study of Conflicting Pairs of Compiler Optimizations. IEEE 11th International Symposium on Embedded Multicore/Many-core Systems-on-Chip, MCSoC-2017. 

  4. Ben-Asher Y, Stein E, Ramachandran V, (2017). Combining Boolean gates and Branching programs in one model can lead to faster circuits. IEEE International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium Workshops, IPDPSW 2017. 

  5. Ben-Asher Y, Stein E, (2016). Adaptive Booth Algorithm for Three-integers Multiplication for Reconfigurable Mesh.  Journal of Interconnection Networks, vol 16, 1-25.

  6. Abboud F, Ben-Asher Y, Shajrawi Y, Stein E, (2012). Combining Height Reduction and Scheduling for VLIW Machines Enhanced with Three-Argument Arithmetic Operations. International Journal of Parallel Programming, vol 40, 488-513.

  7. Ben-Asher Yosi, Stein Esti (2002). Extending Booth Algorithm to Multiplications of Three Numbers on FPGAs. IEEE International Conference on Field Programmable technology, ICFPT 2008.

  8. Ben-Asher Y, Stein E, (2002). Basic Algorithms for the Asynchronous Reconfigurable Mesh. VLSI Design, Vol 15, 441-454.

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