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Electronics and Microchips

Technologies based on the manipulation of electrons and, increasingly, photons

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03/26/2018
Umesh K. Mishra is the Donald W. Whittier Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at UC Santa Barbara.
03/16/2018
Mr. Andreas Olofsson joined DARPA as a program manager in the Microsystems Technology Office in January 2017. His interests include intelligent design automation, system optimization, and open hardware.
03/16/2018
Mark Papermaster is chief technology officer and senior vice president of Technology and Engineering at AMD, responsible for corporate technical direction, product development including system-on-chip (SOC) methodology, microprocessor design, I/O and memory, and advanced research. He also oversees Information Technology to deliver AMD’s compute infrastructure and services.
03/26/2018
Mr. Lemnios leads Physical Sciences and Government Programs, globally across IBM Research, to extend fundamental scientific understanding and breakthroughs that enable the future of information technology.
03/16/2018
Lynn is widely known for her seminal work in computer architecture at IBM in the 60s and in very large scale integrated system design methodology at Xerox PARC in the 70s. Her contributions, framed in the famous Mead-Conway textbook "Introduction to VLSI Systems", led to a worldwide revolution in silicon chip design and rapid chip prototyping during the 80s, including the spawning of DARPA’s MOSIS System. As Assistant Director for Strategic Computing at DARPA, Lynn led the planning and start-up of DARPA’s 80s initiative to coalesce DOD’s technology-base for intelligent weapons systems. She then joined the University of Michigan as Professor of EECS and Associate Dean of Engineering, where she continued her distinguished career.