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Michaela Blott
Michaela Blott is a Principal Engineer at Xilinx Research, where she is heading a team of international researchers, with over 25 years of experience in computer architecture, FPGA and board design. She is leading Xilinx’s research in regards to bringing FPGAs into new application domains, such as machine learning, hyperscale deployments, and high-speed networking, investigating system architectures with emerging memory technologies with an emphasis on building complete implementations. She graduated from the University of Kaiserslautern in Germany and worked in both research institutions (ETH and Bell Labs) as well as development organizations and was deeply involved in large scale international collaborations such as NetFPGA-10G. She is strongly involved with the international research community as technical co-chair of FPL’2018, industry advisor on numerous European research projects, organizer of a SC’2015/6/7/8 workshop and serves on the technical program committee of numerous conferences (DATE, FPGA, FPL, GLOBALSIP, Hipeac).
Accelerator-based Architectures
Emerging Technologies
Heterogeneous Systems
Memory Systems
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