I hold a Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the University of California, Berkeley. I chose to be an engineer because I enjoy thinking about problems on a larger scale and developing unique solutions.

My current employer, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, provides enjoyable creative challenges in the hardware, firmware, and software domains in the HPC design space that allow me to express my talents as a FPGA Computing Systems Engineer. The challenge of balancing these domains keeps me engaged in my job on a daily basis. The project that I'm currently working on is OpenSoC Fabric, a parameterizable network-on-chip generator, which is a part of the CoDeX project. I have a proven record of leading teams, successfully completing projects, and meeting deadlines under difficult circumstances.

If you would like to learn more about the projects I have worked on or about me, feel free to explore the links above and/or use the contact information below. I look forward to hearing from you.

Contact Information:
  • E-mail: farzadfatollahifard@gmail.com
  • Phone: 415-625-3935
  • Office: Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
        One Cyclotron Road 059-4028D
        Berkeley, CA 94720 View Farzad Fatollahi-Fard's profile on LinkedIn
  • Other contact information available upon request.