Costa P. Gerousis Ph.D
Associate Professo
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Christopher Newport University
Department of Physics, Computer Science & Engineering
1 University Place, Newport News, VA 23606 USA

gerousis @ pcs.cnu.edu   | (757) 594-7603  |  fax: (757) 594-7919

TEACHING - Fall 09

HONOR100: Honor Seminar (material on Blackboard)
PHYS151: Intermediate Physics I (material on Blackboard)
CPEN214: Digital Logic Design
CPSC330: Computer Organizations and Design (material on Blackboard)

TEACHING - Spring 09

CPEN214: Digital Logic Design
CPEN315: Digital and Computer System Design

PHYS152: Intermediate Physics II  (material on Blackboard)

TEACHING - Fall 08

ULLC100: First Year Seminar
PHYS151: Intermediate Physics I
PHYS201: General Physics I
CPSC330: Computer Organizations and Design

CPSC110: Introduction to Computing - WebCT (SP06)
PHYS202: General Physics II (SP06, S07)
PHYS202L: General Physics II Lab (S06)
PHYS201: General Physics I  (F04)
PHYS151: Intermediate Physics (F05)
CPEN499: Computer Engineering Capstone Project (SP04)
CPEN214: Digital Logic Design (F03-F07)
CPEN315: Digital Systems (S04, S07, S08)
CPEN315L: Digital Systems Lab (SP04, SP07, SP08)
ULLC100: FYS, Evolution of Wired Life (F06, F07)
CPSC330: Computer Organizations (F04-F07)


OFFICE HOURS - Fall 2009

            M:  12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

            W:  1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

            R:   1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

            F:   1:00 pm – 2:00 pm                                                                                                           

And by appointment only.


RESEARCH

Nanotechnology , Single-Electron Device, Nanoelectronic Cellular Neural Networks (CNNs), Hybrid  MOS-SET circuits.

Several emerging nanoscale device replacements for bulk-effect semiconductor transistor have been suggested to overcome the problems accompanied by scaling.  Among the new devices is the single electron tunneling (SET) transistor that offers attractive features such as reduced dimensions, high integration density, and low power consumption.  My research investigates the use of SETs for potential application in future high density and low power networks.

Selected Publications