The 3rd Revolution in Computing has just begun: Connecting the Physical World to the Power of the Digital World
Samuel H. Fuller
CTO Emeritus and Distinguished Scientist, Analog Devices Inc.
Research Scientist Affiliate, MIT
Friday, October 05, 2018|
1:30pm - 2:30pm
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About the Event
Half a century of Moore’s Law has results in computing and communication systems of incredible power. As a consequence, we are now beginning the third revolution in which digital processing is beginning to be embedded in devices and systems all around us. While this is enabling fascinating possibilities such as autonomous vehicles, new approaches to healthcare and more efficient industrial infrastructure it also must address new and difficult technical challenges. Some of these challenges include radical improvement in wireless communication, powering the trillions of embedded devices with Nano or Picowatts rather than Milliwatts and creating robust security for networked systems of embedded devices.
Dr. Fuller is the Chief Technology Officer Emeritus and Distinguished Scientist at Analog Devices Inc. As CTO he led the technology strategy, established the Analog Garage, an advanced technology design center and directed other R&D programs in the US and Asia. He currently has an appointment as a Research Scientist at MIT participating in joint MIT-ADI research projects.
Sponsor(s): Electrical and Computer Engineering
Open to: Public