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Andrew A. Chien is the William Eckhardt Professor at the University of Chicago, Director of the CERES Center for Unstoppable Computing, and a Senior Scientist at Argonne Laboratory. Since 2017, he is the Editor-in-Chief of CACM. Chien leads the Zero-carbon Cloud project, exploiting growing waste in the renewable power grid to create zero-carbon scalable computing. Chien is a global research leader in parallel computing, computer architecture, clusters, and cloud computing, and has received numerous awards for his research. Dr. Chien served as Vice President of Research at Intel Corporation from 2005-2010, leading long-range and “disruptive technologies” research as well as worldwide academic and government partnership. From 1998-2005, he was the SAIC Chair Professor at UCSD, and prior to that a Professor at the University of Illinois. Dr. Chien is an ACM, IEEE, and AAAS Fellow, and earned his PhD, MS, and BS from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Big Data
Data Analytics
Memory Systems
Numerical Algorithms
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