|Description||Sanjay's research interests include high-performance processor design. His past research on trace caches, the rePLay Framework, and soft-error tolerant microarchitecture has directly influenced several generations of processor chips from Intel, AMD, and other companies. His current interests are in massively many-core processors and parallel programming models, such as GPUs, and is currently leading the Rigel Project at University of Illinois, which extends many-core computing into the 1000+ core realm. Rigel is the architecture component of Project Orion, which is a multi-frontier exploration of the architecture, programming tools and environments, and applications for future generation massively parallel chips.
This talk was filmed at TEDxUIUC 2010 (4/10/10), which was organized at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign by a group of students led by Cristian Mitreanu.
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