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Peter Kogge is the McCourtney Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Notre Dame, a retired IBM Fellow, and a founder of Emu Solutions, now Lucata Inc. He is a fellow of both the IEEE and AAAS. His research interests are in massively parallel computing paradigms, processing in memory, and the relation-ship between massive non-numeric applications, emerging technology, and computer architectures. He holds over 40 patents and is author of three books. His Ph.D. thesis led to the Kogge-Stone adder used in many microprocessors. Other projects included the Space Shuttle IOP - the world's second multi-threaded parallel processor, the IBM 3838 Array processor which was for a time the fastest floating point machine marketed by IBM, RTAIS and PIM Lite - systems with significant non-numeric computation built into a memory controller, and EXECUBE - probably the world's rst multi-core processor and first processor fabbed on a DRAM chip. In 2008, he led DARPA's Exascale technology study group, which resulted in a widely referenced report on technologies and architectures for exascale computing. His startup, Emu Solutions (now Lucata, Inc.), has demonstrated the first scalable system that utilizes mobile threads to attack large-scale irregular and sparse problems. Dr. Kogge has received the Daniel Slotnick best paper award (1994), the IEEE/ACM Seymour Cray award (2012), the IEEE Charles Babbage award (2014), the Gauss best paper award for high performance computers (Int. Supercomputing Conf. 2015), and the IEEE Computer Pioneer award (2015) (Highest award from IEEE Computer Society).
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