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Henry Hoffmann
Biography
Henry Hoffmann is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Chicago. He was granted early tenure in 2018. At Chicago he leads the Self-aware computing group (or SEEC project) and conducts research on adaptive techniques for power, energy, accuracy, and performance management in computing systems. He received the DOE Early Career Award in 2015. He completed a PhD in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT, where his research on self-aware computing was named one of ten "World Changing Ideas" by Scientific American in December 2011. As a Masters student he worked on MIT's Raw processor, one of the first multicores. Along with other members of the Raw team, he spent several years at Tilera Corporation, a startup which commercialized the Raw architecture and created one of the first manycores (Tilera was sold in 2014).
Presentations
Workshop
Architectures
Heterogeneous Systems
Quantum Computing
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Paper
Algorithms
Architectures
Memory
Networks
Parallel Programming Languages, Libraries, and Models
Power
Programming Systems
Scheduling
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