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This talk will focus on industry's shift in response to Moore's Law and chip technologies. Industry is now seeing a trend toward reversing direction on the traditional march toward more integration. Instead, multiple industry and academic groups are advocating that systems on chips (SoCs) be “disintegrated” into multiple smaller “chiplets.”


Dr. Loh is a Senior Fellow in AMD Research, a  high-performance and adaptive processor technology company. He received his PhD in computer science from Yale University in 2002. He was also a tenured associate professor in the College of Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology, a visiting researcher at Microsoft Research, and a senior researcher at Intel Corporation. He is a Fellow of the ACM and IEEE, recipient of ACM SIGARCH's Maurice Wilkes Award, Hall of Fame member for the MICRO, ISCA, and HPCA conferences, (co-)inventor on over ninety granted US patents, and a recipient of a U.S. National Science Foundation CAREER Award.

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