My research is on the interaction of massively parallel computer architecture, emerging technology, non-traditional programming models, data-intensive algorithms, and energy-efficient computing. Special emphasis is on the role of memory, in or near memory computing, and the need in general to elevate how we think about memory. This will become of increasing importance as Big Data, Big Graphs, Machine Learning, and the like play larger and larger roles in widely used applications.
Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, 1973
M.S., Systems & Engineering Sciences, Syracuse University, 1970
B.S., Electrical Engineering, University of Notre Dame, 1968