Mohammad Hosseinabady received the PhD degree in computer engineering. He has been teaching electronics and computer courses in several universities for more than ten years. He is currently working on high-level synthesis for FPGA. His goal is to make advanced reconfigurable technologies more accessible for everyone who may not have in-depth knowledge of FPGAs and the traditional hardware design methodologies. His research interests include high-level reliability and testability, reconfigurable architectures, dynamic resource management, and runtime power management. He has published several papers on these topics in IEE, IEEE and ACM transactions, journals and conference proceedings.