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Biography: With a keen eye for innovation, John Trobough has been a pioneer in revolutionizing mobile technology and its uses, at the forefront of the latest in the wireless Internet of Things (IoT) as well as cybernetics and sophisticated data analytics.

Prior to the White House, he served as President & CEO of Narus, an independent subsidiary of The Boeing Company focused on delivering big data analytics for cybersecurity 3.0 to its broad international client base.

to joining Narus, John was President of Teleca USA, where he took the initiative to transform the company’s singular focus on building handsets for key partners into a global leader in lucrative IoT markets, most notably providing next generation consumer electronics and automotive infotainment solutions at the industry’s nascent stage. He

Robert Langer is an Institute Professor at MIT.His h-index of 233 is the highest of any engineer in history and he has over 1,130 issued and pending patents worldwide and his patents have licensed or sublicensed to over 300 companies.

Robert Langer is an Institute Professor at MIT.His h-index of 233 is the highest of any engineer in history and he has over 1,130 issued and pending patents worldwide and his patents have licensed or sublicensed to over 300 companies.

Welcome to the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Technical Seminar Series.

With Intel's $16.7B acquisition of Altera and the deployment of FPGAs in major cloud service providers including Microsoft and Amazon, we are entering a new era of customized computing.

In future architectures and systems, it is anticipated that there will be a sea of heterogeneous accelerators customized for important application domains, such as machine learning and personalized healthcare, to provide better performance and energy-efficiency.

Many research problems are still open, such as how to efficiently integrate accelerators into future chips and commodity datacenters, and how to program such accelerator-rich architectures and systems.

In this talk, I will first give a quick overview of my research on accelerator-rich architectures and systems, which spans from application drivers to underlying computer architectures.

Finally, he has received several awards, including a best paper nominee of HPCA 2017, a best paper award of MEMSYS 2017, a postdoc fellowship from UCLA, a best demo award at the C-FAR center annual review.