Brussels / 1 & 2 February 2020


Thierry Tambe

Thierry Tambe is an Electrical Engineering PhD student at Harvard University co-advised by Prof Gu-Yeon Wei and Prof. David Brooks. His current research interests focus on designing energy-efficient and high-performance circuits and systems for machine learning and natural language processing in particular. Thierry also bears a keen interest in agile SoC design methodologies. Prior to debuting his doctoral studies, Thierry spent five years at Intel in Hillsboro, Oregon, USA designing various analog/mixed-signal circuitries for high-bandwidth memory and peripheral interfaces on server SoCs. He also spent a six-month internship at Biotronik in Sugar Land, Texas, USA designing ultra-low power analog circuits for implantable pacemakers. Thierry received his B.S. (2010) and M.Eng. (2012) in Electrical Engineering from Texas A&M University.


Title Day Room Track Start End
Open Edge Hardware and Software for Natural Language Translation and Understanding Saturday AW1.120 Coding for Language Communities 18:00 18:30