A View of the Future of High Performance Computing

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(33:30 + Q&A) - Fifth Annual Symposium On Heterogeneous Integration - DOD, advanced computing system research, exploratory, asymmetric advantage, HPC, metrics, advanced packaging, neuromorphic, quantum, people and skills, my magic wand ... Dr. David J. Mountain is the Senior Technical Director of the Laboratory for Physical Sciences at Research Park, a Department of Defense research lab in Catonsville, MD. The LPS-RP mission is to collaborate with industry, academia, and the government to drive innovative research that will improve advanced computing systems for a range of mission applications including cybersecurity, cryptanalysis, and complex data analytics. His responsibilities include research activities in neuromorphic and probabilistic computing, advanced modeling and simulation, novel computer architectures, energy efficiency, productivity, and resilience.
He received a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Notre Dame, an MS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Maryland, College Park, and a PhD in Computer Engineering from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Dr. Mountain’s personal research projects have included radiation effects studies, hot carrier reliability characterization, chip-on-flex process development utilizing ultra-thin circuits, and neuromorphic computing. He has been actively involved with 3D electronics research for 30 years. He is the author of more than three dozen technical papers, has been awarded nine patents, and is a Senior Member of the IEEE.

To access all the videos and slides from the 5th Heterogeneous Integration Symposium, held in Silicon Valley in February 2022, please visit https://r6.ieee.org/scv-eps/?p=2865

(33:30 + Q&A) - Fifth Annual Symposium On Heterogeneous Integration - DOD, advanced computing system research, exploratory, asymmetric advantage, HPC, metrics, advanced packaging, neuromorphic, quantum, people and skills, my magic wand ... Dr. David J. Mountain is the Senior Technical Director of the Laboratory for Physical Sciences at Research Park, a Department of Defense research lab in Catonsville, MD. The LPS-RP mission is to collaborate with industry, academia, and the government to drive innovative research that will improve advanced computing systems for a range of mission applications including cybersecurity, cryptanalysis, and complex data analytics....

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