October 31, 2011 -- Chris Malachowsky, NVIDIA Fellow and Senior Vice President of Research, will define "Watts Nextů" during a luncheon hosted by the Council on Electronic Design Automation (CEDA).
His talk, to be held Tuesday, November 8, at during the International Conference on Computer-Aided Design (ICCAD) in San Jose, Calif., is open to all full ICCAD conference and Tuesday conference-only registrants.
Malachowsky co-founded NVIDIA in 1993 and has more than 30 years of industry experience. He currently is responsible for NVIDIA's research organization chartered with developing strategic technologies that will help drive the company's future growth and success.
In his presentation, he will explain why making the most economical and efficient use of power for a processor is essential. He will discuss power efficiency as it applies across NVIDIA's broad range of processor offerings from supercomputers to cell phones.
Malachowky has been instrumental in managing, defining and driving NVIDIA's core technologies as it has grown from a startup to the global leader in visual and parallel computing. As an executive at NVIDIA, his roles have been diverse, heading numerous functions, including IT, operations, and all facets of its product engineering.
Previously, Malachowsky held engineering and technical leadership positions at HP and Sun Microsystems. A recognized authority on integrated-circuit design and methodology, he has authored close to 40 patents.
Go to the Council on Electronic Design Automation (CEDA) website for details.