Sergei Akhmatdinov

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Sergei Akhmatdinov

Welcome to my website!

My name is Sergei. I am a doctoral student, pursuing a Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. My research interests lie in embedded systems and privacy. I am currently advised by Dr. Robert Dick.

Previously, I worked in the fields of Computer Architecture and Advanced Sensors at Western Michigan University. I also have extensive experience as a tutor of college-level mathematics, computer science, and physics.

My main hobbies include electronics, microcontrollers, programming, foreign languages/cultures, and music.

I play acoustic and electric guitars, electric bass, autoharp, Arabic oud and ney.

Aside from projects listed below, my contributions to the free software community include work on the D programming language runtime and the FreeBSD operating system.

I am an advisor for the Michigan Kappa (MI K) Chapter of Tau Beta Pi and a member of the West Michigan Alumni Chapter (WMIAC).

I am also one of the founders and maintainers of DarknSpace.


Feel free to contact me if you have any questions or feedback.


Software Projects

Please find my FLOSS projects on Github.

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Hardware Projects

Articles and Notes

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