Q&A with Margaret Martonosi: IEEE Rebooting Computing Podcast, Episode 14

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Episode 14: Q&A with Margaret Martonosi, Hugh Trumbull Adams Professor of Computer Science at Princeton University; Director of the Keller Center for Innovation and Engineering Education; IEEE Member and Fellow

Biological computation, quantum computing, photonics, Moore's Law, and semiconductor technology are just a few of the topics Margaret Martonosi dives into during this IEEE Rebooting Computing podcast. Margaret is the Hugh Trumball Adams Professor of Computer Science at Princeton University and is the Director of the Keller Center for Innovation and Engineering Education. She has also been an IEEE member for 30 years and an IEEE Fellow for 8 years. Margaret shares why approaching the reboot of computing is an exciting time and why she believes 'where there is big change, there's big opportunities to find new ideas and do things differently'. Additionally, Margaret shares her work and research at Princeton University and shares why she's an IEEE member and why others should join as well.

Episode 14: Q&A with Margaret Martonosi, Hugh Trumbull Adams Professor of Computer Science at Princeton University; Director of the Keller Center for Innovation and Engineering Education; IEEE Member and Fellow

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