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Short Bio (Wenjie Che’s CV)
- Assistant Professor, New Mexico State University, Aug. 2018 ~ present
- Research Engineer, Enthentica, Jan. 2017 ~ April. 2018
- PhD, Computer Engineering, University of New Mexico, Aug. 2013 ~ Dec. 2016
- ME, Computer Technology, Hunan University, Sep. 2010 ~ Jun. 2013
- BS, Telecommunications Engineering, Hunan Normal University, Sep. 2006 ~ Jun. 2010
Dr. Wenjie Che received his Ph.D degree from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of New Mexico in 2016. He was the recipient of the best hardware demo award (2nd place) among 26 research groups at the IEEE International Symposium on Hardware Oriented Security and Trust (HOST) 2017. Dr. Che has (co)-authored 20+ papers in prestigious peer-reviewed conferences and journals such as ICCAD, HOST, FCCM and IEEE Transactions on VLSI. He holds several Provisionals that are licensed by Enthentica Inc. Dr. Che has served as the session chair for ICCAD 2019 and a reviewer for prestigious journals and conferences including IEEE Transactions on VLSI, IEEE Transactions on CAD, IEEE Transactions on IFS, HOST, DATE. He is a member of IEEE.
Hardware Security and Trust, Physically Unclonable Functions, Embedded System Security, Machine Learning and Model Building, Hardware Software Co-Design, Design for Test
New class “EE 458/558: Hardware Security and Trust” will be offered Fall 2019! Senior undergraduate students and graduate students are welcome to register! Please refer to the course flyer for more information: Hardware_Security_and_Trust_Flyer_Fall_2019.pdf