Dr. Young is a research scientist in the School of Computer Science at Georgia Tech and is part of GT’s post-Moore computing Center for Research into Novel Computing Hierarchies (CRNCH). In collaboration with Dr. Jason Riedy and other CRNCH faculty, Dr. Young has led the initial development of the “Rogues Gallery”, a testbed focused on novel hardware that might be considered rogue by today’s standards but that may be critical for performance in future HPC systems. The Rogues Gallery currently hosts an Emu Chick prototype, novel FPGA and 3D stacked memory devices, power monitoring equipment, and the Field Programmable Analog Array, a low-power device that can be used to implement neuromorphic algorithms. In addition to CRNCH-related work, Dr. Young’s other research interests include the development of interconnects, accelerators, and memory abstractions to support high-performance applications and algorithms.
ACM Student Research Competition: Graduate Posters
ACM Student Research Competition: Undergraduate Posters