Arnold Berger, Ph.D.
Dr. Berger has a Ph.D. in Material Science from Cornell University and has 20+ years of industrial experience ranging from hardware design engineer to Director of Research and Development (R&D) at several companies including Ford Motor Company, Hewlett-Packard, Advanced Micro Devices and Applied Microsystems. Moreover, Dr. Berger has more than 15 years of teaching experience at UWB and other institutions. He has served in many committees at the program and university level, and chaired the faculty committee that created the BSEE degree at UWB. Dr. Berger has published over 55 papers, holds four patents and authored three textbooks on computer architecture, embedded systems design, and debugging real-time systems . He is a senior member of IEEE and was the first faculty advisor to the IEEE student chapter.
Dr. Berger’s expertise is in digital design and embedded system design. His research interests are on methods of debugging and validating performance of real-time computer systems, and the specialized tools required to do this. He is also looking at methods of detecting plagiarism in student work and also novel ways to utilize technology to teach electrical engineering, in particular, remotely accessible undergraduate engineering laboratory classes.