Vincent Mooney

Areas of Expertise

Computer Engineering, Architecture & Design
Cyber-Physical Systems
Modeling & Simulation
Systems Security


KACB 2350A


Vincent Mooney is an Associate Professor in the School of Electrical & Computer Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. His research interests include system level design, hardware-software co-design, synthesis of reconfigurable architectures, logic synthesis, application-specific design, low-power architectures, modeling and compiler.

He attended Yale University as an undergraduate and earned his Bachelor's in Electrical Engineering in 1991. He then went to San Sebastian, Spain where he attended the University of Navarra and earned a Certificate of Graduate Study in 1992. Mooney continued his graduate education at Stanford University where he earned a MS in Electrical Engineering in 1994, a MA in Philosophy in 1997, and his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering in 1998. Mooney joined Georgia Tech's faculty in 1998.