Brussels / 2 & 3 February 2019


Kevin D. Kissell

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Before joining Google Cloud's office of the CTO, Kevin Kissell was by turns both a senior staff hardware engineer and software engineer at Google, developing interconnect architectures and accelerator virtualization schemes. Prior to Google, his work ranged from supercomputers to smart cards: Systems and software architecture, for decoupled access/execute supercomputers at ACRI, massively parallel distributed memory computers at nCUBE, large-scale shared-memory supercomputers at Evans & Sutherland, and, at the opposite extreme, embedded architectures for chip card security/cryptography and multi-threaded I/O processing cores, at MIPS Technologies. He holds several dozen patents in computer architecture and a degree in computer science from the University of California at Berkeley.


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Quantum Computing at Google and in the Cloud
An update on Google's quantum computing program and its open source tools.
Saturday AW1.121 Quantum Computing 16:55 17:40