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Per Gunnar Kjeldsberg

Position: Professor
Office in room B309
Phone: +47 7359 4400 or direct line +47 7359 4405
Fax: +47 7359 1441 
Date of birth: July 4, 1966

Curriculum Vitae
Curriculum Vitae (short version)

Research Group

Circuit and Radio Systems Group

Work address

NTNU, Department of Electronics and Telecommunications 
O.S. Bragstads Plass 2A
NO-7491 Trondheim 

Private address

Solbakkestien 2B
NO-7022 Trondheim 
Phone +47 72 55 94 96
Mobile Phone +47 934 59 550

Education (PhD, Electrical Engineering), Norwegian University of Science and Technology, March 2001. Thesis: Storage Requirement Estimation and Optimization for Data Intensive Applications. (MSc, Electrical Engineering), Norwegian Institute of Technology (now Norwegian University of Science and Technology), June 1992. Diploma thesis: Hurtig simulator for logiske kretser (in English: Fast Simulator for Synchronous Circuits).

Industrial Work Experience

Between 1992 and 1996 I worked as a Design Engineer at Eidsvoll Electronics AS.

On the personal side

Married, having three daugthers and a labrador.

Playing flute in Strinda ungdomskorps (wind band / marching band).

Team leader of Astor J03 (one of my daugthers' football team).

Cycling and cross country skiing (just to keep myself in shape).

List of publications

A complete list of my publications can be found here.


My research intersts include energy efficient embedded systems and heterogeneous multi-processor systems, with a focus on multi-media and digital signal processing applications.

I am currently involved in the following major projects and groups:

Runtime Exploitation of Application Dynamism for Energy-efficient eXascale computing (READEX), a European Union Horizon 2020 research and innovation project (grant agreement No 671657).

Towards Ubiquitous Low-power Image Processing Platforms (Tulipp), a European Union Horizon 2020 innovation project (grant agreement No 688403).

European Network of Excellence on High Performance and Embedded Architecture and Compilation

Energy Efficient Computing Systems (EECS), an inter-department Strategic Research Arena at NTNU

Special-interest group on ''Scenario Driven Design for Embedded Systems''

Much of my research is done in cooperation with Professor Francky Catthoor at imec in Leuven, Belgium.

Teaching Responsibilities

TFE4101 - Electrical Circuits and Digital Design a 200 student undergraduate introductory course.

TFE4141 - Design of Digital Systems 1 a third year course on modeling and analysis of digital systems.

TFE02 HW/SW Codesign a fifth year course in HW/SW Codesign as part of TFE4525 - Design of Digital Systems, Specialization Course.

FE8109 - Design and Utilization of Memory Hierarchies in Multi-Media Applications a PhD student course.

See my Curriculum Vitae for additional details.

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