I am an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of California, San Diego. I received a PhD in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from MIT. My thesis was on the MIT Raw tiled multicore processor, one of the earliest multicore processors, and which was commercialized into the Tilera TILE64 architecture.

I was a rebellious undergraduate in the Dartmouth College CS department, where I pulled together a team of students to build my first machine, the PM IV. It had 72 chips and over 5000 hand-wired connections.

Between the gaps at school, I worked on Apple's NuKernel microkernel, and co-wrote the first version of Connectix Virtual PC, an x86-to-PowerPC dynamic translation engine, which was acquired by Microsoft. I also contributed to the ChipWrights Visual Signal Processor in its earliest stages.

I received the NSF CAREER award in 2009.

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