Andrew Putnam’s research focuses on developing new computing systems that are high-performance, low-power, and easy to use. His specialties are in dataflow architectures and reconfigurable computing using FPGAs. He is the co-founder of the Microsoft Catapult project, which was the first to deploy FPGAs into production at HyperScale. His skills span computer science and electrical engineering, covering a broad range of the computing stack from device physics and manufacturing up to application and software development.
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