I am a software engineer in the Architectures and Performance Group (APG) since July 2020. My research interests include neuromorphic computing, high-performance computing, heterogeneous computing, computer architectures, embedded systems, and high-speed communication. See my researcher profile for more information.
Recent Research Posts
In October last year, I gave a presentation to the my group at ORNL on my productivity/notetaking/engineering-notebook system. Another word for this system i...
My whitepaper titled Emerging Heterogeneous Systems Provide Great Opportunities for Codesign for the ASCR Workshop on Reimagining Codesign was accepted.
My dissertation titled SNACC: The Scaled-up Neuromorphic Array Communications Controller is now available at https://trace.tennessee.edu/utk_graddiss/5843/.
Aaron R. Young, Mark E. Dean, James S. Plank, and Garrett S. Rose
I am part of the TENNLab—Neuromorphic Architectures, Learning, Applications research group at the University of Tennessee. We are researching a new paradigm ...