Sun-Yuan Kung, Princeton University

Professor Princeton, New Jersey kung@princeton.edu Office: (609) 258-3780

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Major advances in information technologies must arise from close collaboration between application, hardware/architecture, algorithm, CAD, and system design. It is critical to consider, for instance, how to deploy in concert an ever-increasing number of transistors with acceptable power consumpti...

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Bio/Research

Major advances in information technologies must arise from close collaboration between application, hardware/architecture, algorithm, CAD, and system design. It is critical to consider, for instance, how to deploy in concert an ever-increasing number of transistors with acceptable power consumption, and how to make hardware user-friendly yet effective for applications. Over the past 30 years, my research group has studied the development of signal processing systems. Our research findings have played direct and indirect roles in the construction of a number of useful signal processing systems. In this dynamic discipline, however, emerging applications always dictate new system metrics on power consumption, speed, and performance. This inspires novel intellectual challenges on system designs. Two vital applications that have emerged in recent years are multimedia and genomics. They form an important basis of a new paradigm of information processing that relies heavily on intelligent search/processing.

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